Duke of Wellington Public House, Stafford,

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Date:1906 - 1908 (c.)

Description:The Duke of Wellington Public House on Gaol Road.

The landlord, Mr Scarrott, is in the centre wearing a watch chain and shirt sleeves.


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1860s
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1890s
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1920s
Roof view from Stafford Gaol Tower
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1950s
Stafford Prison and Gaol Road
Stafford Prison and Gaol Road

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Donor ref:P80.014.0001 (18/1327)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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