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Railway Tavern
45 NORTH QUAY St. NICHOLAS WARD FULL LICENCE  see the QUAY MILL TAVERN
STEWARD & PATTESON As indicated in 1850 advertisement under name of RAILWAY HOTEL
Licensees :
   
WILLIAM LUBBOCK
(Railway Terminus Hotel)
Given at QUAY MILL TAVERN in 1846
1850
JOHN BARNEY BALES 1856 - 1857
WILLIAM PARMENTER
(Railway Terminus)
*1858 - 1859
Wednesday 27th July 1859 - Ordered to put 5s into the poor box for having house open late on the Monday night.
Accused Monday 21st November 1859 of having house open, the previous Thursday, at prohibited hours. Case dismissed.
ELIZABETH JONES 1863
EDMUND BLACKWOOD
& waterman
** 1865 - 1871
THOMAS ROBERT PARMENTER
& shipwright
1875 - 1886 

 


It was advertised in August 1850 that the Railway Hotel and Liquor-Shop on North Quay was to be let with immediate possession. `Now doing considerable trade in Beer, Spirits and Wine replete with every accommodation for customers. Apply to Mr. Lubbock on the premises or to Messrs. Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co, North Quay, Gt. Yarmouth'.

To Let with Immediate Possession June 1853.
Situated on the North Quay and commanding a very excessive Trade in Beer, Wine and Spirits.
Further particulars a the Brewery of Messrs. Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co, North Quay, Gt. Yarmouth'.


** The existence of RAILWAY TAVERNS at both 33 and 45 North Quay could mean that, in the 1860's, the licensees for these houses are transposed, since no street number has been found.

See also the RAILWAY TAVERN given in 1854 & 1856 at Fullers Hill.

John Bales is given at the QUAY MILL TAVERN in 1836,
as is William Lubbock in 1846 and Thomas Parmenter in 1890.

In a report dated 11th March 1857, Mr. John Barney Beales, landlord of the Railway Tavern, had been, for many years, the Sergeant-at-mace, but had been ejected from that office by the Tory party upon their coming to power. He had now been appointed by the Recorder to be an inspector of weights and measures.

It was reported that on Monday 11th February 1867 Albert Blackwood, landlord of the Railway Inn, North Quay, was fined 20s and costs for having assaulted a Mr. C. Arbon. He had the alternative punishment of one month in prison, should he desire.