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Masons Arms

Date of photo: 1873

Picture source: Gary WIlson


The Masons Arms was situated on Silver Street and was demolished during the construction of the Riverhead Centre.
Source: Nigel Simmons
In its last years it had the singing postman, Alan Smethurst, as a regular customer. He used to feed a fortune into the sixpence a go bandit  .
Marsh Junction Signal Box
Publican from 1897 to 1923 was Maria Clara Colbrook / Lyon, a clairvoyant, whose son was killed in WWI. Her husband died of complications after a dray horse fell into the cellar.
Jeanne Scargall (September 2016)

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Jane Clegg 1967  I think I was about 9 years old when my dad was the landlord of this pub (Jim Oldman). Does anyone remember him?