Noah's Ark Inn, Stafford

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Date:22nd of June 1837

Description:Pencil and wash drawing by Great Haywood born artist, Thomas Peploe Wood (1817-1845).

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 reopened in 2012 as The Stafford Ale House.

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Creators: Thomas Peploe Wood - Creator

Donor ref:84.070.0021 (37/24354)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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