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RAILWAY TAVERN BELTON Index
LOCKLESS LANE
Station Road
- BEERHOUSE
later ( 1962 ) FULL LICENCE
01493 780286
TUNSTEAD & HAPPING LICENCE REGISTERS PS 26/18/4 ( Feb 1968 - Feb 1974 ) &
PS 18/14/3 Gt Yarmouth licence registers 9th February 1973 to 14th February 1980
STEWARD & PATTESON    
WATNEY MANN    
Licensees :
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JAMES BRACEY
age 44 in 1851
* 1851
ROBERT RUSHMERE
(Went to KINGS HEAD)
to 08.1852
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DAVID CLAXTON
age 50 in 1871 - Address as Lockless Lane - No beer mentioned
* 1869 - * 1874
GEORGE CLAXTON
& Market Gardener
* 1879
ROBERT HOOD
age 61 in 1881
Named at Railway Tavern
1881 - 1888
WALTER IVES
* 1890
HARRY J PARKER
age 40 in 1891
( Died Q2 1935 - age 85 )
1891 - *1896
WALTER IVES
age 42 in 1901
1900 - 1926
SIDNEY WILLIAM HOWES
( Sidney Walter Howes 1929 )
1928 - 1955
GEORGE FELTHAM Late 1950's to at least 1961
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FRANK NEALE ROGERS
( also found as Frank Neville Rogers ? )
07.02.1968
to at least 1986
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VICKY APPLEGATE 2007


James Bracey is given at a beerhouse in 1841.
The address is Belton Street - See Kings Head
In 1851 he is an Innkeeper - Address Lockless Lane

Railway line did not reach Belton until 1859.

In July 1888, the Railway Tavern Beerhouse was offered For Sale by Auction. The property of the late David Claxton included Market Gardens, Coal Store next the Railway Lands, with Cottage and Vineries adjoining and Farm Premises, all within five minutes walk of the Station.
Also Cottages and Gardens at Step-Short
and Cottages and Gardens at Burgh Castle.

Spirit licence granted 6th June 1962

Known as the TAVERN by 1986