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RAILWAY TAVERN SWAFFHAM Index
STATION STREET
CASTLE ACRE ROAD
SOUTH GREENHOE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 23.05.1955
SOUTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 19/5/1 & PS 19/5/2 ( 1926 - 1969 )
SWAFFHAM BREWERY of John Morse
STEWARD & PATTESON to 1955
Licensees :
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RICHARD WALES
age 28 in 1851
here February 1850 - 1854
JOHN ROSE
See below
1856 - 1858
JOHN HART
& plumber & painter
age 44 in 1861
1861 - 1881
JOHN ROSE
age 53 in 1901
1883 - 1912
JOHN WATTS
( previously living in Barton Bendish )
from 1915
AMBROSE ANTHONY DEVLIN 23.01.1933
MARGARET E. DEVLIN 18.12.1939
KENNETH JAMES EDWARDS 23.05.1955


On 27th October 1860, John Rose, late of the Railway Tavern, advised that he had taken the Livery and Bait Stables in Station Street, close to the Railway Station. He provided good loose boxes and lock-up Coach Houses.




The railway line opened in 1847.

also as the RAILWAY TAVERN & POSTING HOUSE.

In November 1870, Mr. John Hart, respected host of the RAILWAY HOTEL, suffered severe fractures of the ribs by slipping on the cellar steps and falling to the bottom.

Rose's Livery & Baiting (?) Stables advertised c1910

Closed in 1955 and the licence was transferred to
the LONDON TAVERN, Wymondham.
Transfer confirmed 02.05.1956

25½ barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.