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REFRESHMENT ROOM THORPE St ANDREW R Index Thorpe
Refreshment Room
THORPE STATION
THORPE ROAD
- FULL LICENCE -
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 - 1965)
GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY Co   
LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY 1923
BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION 1948
Licensees :
Mr. HOWLETT 10.09.1850
ROBERT LOUTH
(Margaret Louth 1864)
08.1857
WILLIAM PROVART 29.03.1864
CHARLES DOBBIN 28.07.1868
THOMAS BOLTON 09.05.1882
JOHN ALEXANDER GREW 10.10.1889
THOMAS DONALD GLENLLOUD 24.11.1891
HENRY CHRISTIAN THOMAS AMENDT 11.05.1897
POWIS LOMAS 12.01.1915
SIDNEY ARTHUR PARNWELL 06.02.1917
GEORGE FRANCIS THURSTON 26.08.1919
JAMES McLAREN 16.06.1925
PERCY JOHN DOWSETT 08.03.1938
WILLIAM HENRY JOHNSON 09.02.1943
ARTHUR ALLEN RYAN 05.04.1948
WILLIAM HENRY JOHNSON 03.05.1949
THOMAS HENRY BAKER 05.04.1951
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Original station opened c1844.

A new licence granted to Mr. Howlett on Tuesday 10th September 1850.
Of 18 applications for new licenses, this was one of only three that were successful.

Robert Louth, proprietor of the RAMPANT HORSE, announced 29th August 1857 that he had also taken the NEW REFRESHMENT ROOMS. The facilities were said to be `removed lower down the Platform for the convenience of passengers, where every article shall be of first-rate quality'.

The Great Eastern Railway Company applied to the Annual General Licensing Meeting, August 1885, for provisional removal of full licence to new premises, forming part of the new railway station under construction. Application granted.
Order declared final 23.03.1886

Servery known as the WHERRY BAR