Alexandra Hotel, Stafford,

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Description:The Alexandra Hotel was originally built in the late eighteenth century as a town house and business premises for Thomas Lovett, a wine merchant. It was situated on the corner of Greengate Street and Tipping Street.

The building became a public house in the nineteenth century, known as Lloyd's Wine Vaults, and in 1899 was purchased by Eley's Brewery of Stafford. In 1903 the hotel was bought by William Cummins and renamed after Edward VII's queen.

The hotel closed in 1961 and the building was demolished the following year.

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Image courtesy of: Peters, J.E.C. Dr

Donor ref:P66.003.1445 (15/1269)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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