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Railway Hotel

Date of photo: 1920s

Picture source: Barry Taylor


The Railway Hotel was situated on Station Approach. This pub started life as The Railway Tavern and in 1867 became The Railway Hotel. It was demolished in the 1950's and was replaced with a new building (see below). Over the years, the site has seen many changes - a factory producing lady's underwear, a bingo club and then a nightclub, Prague Junction. The new building has also been demolished.
 
Publicans:
1847 John Taylor
1857-59 Thomas Henry Waymark
1867 Mrs Weymark
1867-72 Edwin Lever Mott
1875 Mrs Charlotte Mott
1878 Thomas Newman
1890 Alfred James Dunn
1895 J. Burwood Gooderham
1898-99 J. Cresswell
1905-08 John Henry Levitt
1915-23 Arthur Woolridge
1927 Samuel William Ship
1931 John Evered
1935 J. Alexander
1939 William Alfred Oak
1940-41 William Ash

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Picture source: Barry Taylor