Noah's Ark, Front View, Stafford

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Date:1880 - 1890 (c.)

Description:The Noah's Ark on Crabbery Street was originally built as a town house in the sixteenth century. In August 1575 Queen Elizabeth I took wine here during her journey through the town.

In the late 1800s the building was altered when the road was widened. This involved removing a timber framed porch and the three-gable room above.

The building was converted into offices in 1967, but in 2012 is now The Stafford Ale House.


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1830s
Noah's Ark Inn, Stafford,
Noah's Ark Inn, Stafford,

The Noah's Ark on Crabbery Street was originally built as a town house in the sixteenth ...

1850s
Noah's Ark Inn, Stafford,
Noah's Ark Inn, Stafford,

The Noah's Ark on Crabbery Street was originally built as a town house in the sixteenth ...

1880s
Noah's Ark, Rear View, Stafford,
Noah's Ark, Rear View, Stafford,

The Noah's Ark on Crabbery Street was originally built as a town house in the sixteenth ...

1900s
Shaw's Milliners Shop, Stafford,
Shaw's Milliners Shop, Stafford,

Philip Shaw's milliners shop on Crabbery Street.

1930s
Fireplace, Noah's Ark Inn, Stafford,
Fireplace, Noah's Ark Inn, Stafford,

The Noah's Ark on Crabbery Street was originally built as a town house in the sixteenth ...

1950s
Wesleyan Chapel, Stafford,
Wesleyan Chapel, Stafford,

John Wesley first preached in Stafford in 1783. For many years the Wesleyans in ...

1990s
Demolition of St John's Market
Demolition of St John's Market

Demolition of St John's Market before the construction of the Guildhall Shopping ...

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Image courtesy of: William Salt Library

Donor ref:William Salt Library No., Stafford 11A, img: 950 (18/1427)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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