The Shrewsbury Arms Hotel, Rugeley

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Date:1900 - 1915 (c.)

Description:A postcard view of the Shrewsbury Arms Hotel on Market Place, formerly The Talbot, which figured prominently in the trial of William Palmer. In later years the building became known as 'The Shrew'.

This postcard was published by Woods, Stationers of Rugeley. Over the years Woods were based in several locations around Rugeley and ceased trading in 1958.


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1900s
Dr Palmer's House, Rugeley
Dr Palmer's House, Rugeley

Dr. William Palmer, born in Rugeley on 6th August 1824, was hanged at Stafford 14th ...

1920s
Annie Hart, Rugeley
Annie Hart, Rugeley

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1940s
Town Hall and Market Hall, Rugeley
Town Hall and Market Hall, Rugeley

A postcard view taken in Anson Street, Rugeley, with the Town Hall and Market Hall ...

1960s
Market Square, Rugeley
Market Square, Rugeley

A view of the Market Square in Rugeley. In the background from left to right: Keys’ ...

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Creators: Miss Dorothy Roberts - Contributor

Donor ref:BM-DR-54 (192/35416)

Source: Mr Bob Metcalfe

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