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Milton Hotel

Picture source: Milton Heritage Society


The Milton Hotel was situated adjacent to the railway station.   It was built ca. 1890 when the railway was opened and demolished c1985 and housing has now been built on the site. I believe that footballer Charlie George was the landlord for a time. 
Source: Bill Harrison
The Milton Hotel was built circa 1888 for a Winchester brewer Mr Hugh Wyeth. The hotel was ideally-located next to the railway station which had opened that same year. Many people were coming to the area by train to purchase plots of land both at Barton-on-Sea and in the vicinity of the hotel as two country estates had been sold off and developers were building houses. The pub was known as The Speckled Trout prior to its closure in 2017 and subsequent demolition.
Nick Saunders (March 2023)

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Picture source: Milton Heritage Society