Station Hotel, Stafford,

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Date:1970 - 1972 (c.)

Description:The Station Hotel, originally built as the North Western on Victoria Road in 1866 (opposite the station) to provide accommodation for rail travellers. It provided all the latest facilities including a coffee room for reserved for ladies, a billiard room and kitchens on the second floor so guests would not be troubled by cooking smells.

The building was demolished in May 1972 and a motor salesroom was built in its place.


On the right Kemley House, the tax office, is under construction.


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1900s
Portrait of the Shelley Family, Stafford,
Portrait of the Shelley Family, Stafford,

Ernest and Alice Shelley with their daughter, also named Alice. The photograph ...

1920s
County War Memorial, Stafford,
County War Memorial, Stafford,

The County War Memorial was unveiled in 1923. It stands on Victoria Road, by ...

1950s
Stafford Railway Station and Station Hotel,
Stafford Railway Station and Station Hotel,

The Grand Junction railway line opened in July 1837. Within the next twelve years ...

1970s
Locomotive 'Isabel', Stafford
Locomotive 'Isabel', Stafford

The engine is the narrow gauge locomotive 'Isabel', built by W.G. Bagnall Ltd. in ...

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Donor ref:P86.037.0001 (18/1356)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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