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Peto Arms


The Peto Arms was situated at 116 East Street. The publican in 1895 was Joseph Tracey.
This pub was built in 1850 and was demolished in 1906 to widen the railway. It was named after Sir Samuel Morton Peto, a railway contractor. It was also known as The Railway Tavern.
Colin Price

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