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Railway Tavern
WISBECH ROAD
Outside South Gates
SOUTHGATE WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED & DEMOLISHED by 1996
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to PS 4/3/3 ( August 1872 to 1956 )
HOGGE & SEPPINGS  
T. J. SEPPINGS    
JAMES SEPPINGS     
FREDERICK ARCHDALE of Southampton
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE From 1903
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased 1929
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER 03.1988
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Licensees :
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JOHN BOND
age 40 in 1851
& contractor
1850 - 1854
WILLIAM OUGHTON 1858
RICHARD WAGG 1861 - 1865
JOSEPH DICKERSON 21.08.1867
JOSEPH DICKERSON junior 13.08.1877
HENRY TUCK 12.04.1886
WILLIAM HOPKIN 20.05.1895
MARY ANN HOPKIN 1902
ALFRED ERNEST TINGLE 11.04.1927
SYDNEY WOODHOUSE 06.07.1942
CHARLES FREDERICK CURTIS 02.10.1950
ALFRED ERNEST KIMBER 05.07.1954
to at least 1965
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Railway Tavern 1975 - David Apps ©
1975 image thanks to David Apps ©

Known as the RAILWAY TAVERN by 1903.

Rosanna Shine was committed to trial on Monday 23rd June 1851, accused of stealing a sheet and other articles from Mrs. Bond.

It was reported on 23rd April 1864 that Richard Wagg, carter and beer-house keeper had been charged with stealing 3cwt. 1qr. 19lbs. of linseed cake.
It appears that a waggon laden with oilcake had stopped at the house for half an hour before travelling on to Terrington. The said linseed cake was found to be missing upon unloading.
The teammen were initially arrested on suspicion of stealing the product but later released.
The premises of Richard Wagg were searched and a quantity of cake was found in a lumber room, covered with sacks, chaff and other articles.
Mr Wagg was apprehended upon the charge of either stealing or receiving stolen goods.
The jury found that he had not `stolen' or `received ' the goods but had `concealed ' them.
Since he had not been charged with concealing stolen goods he was acquitted.

Offered for sale by auction 30th April 1903. ( Lot 6 )
` Full licensed Public House, known as the Railway Tavern,
with Out-houses and Yard at rear, situate opposite the Manure Works,
and abutting on G.E.R. Coal Depot, now in the occupation of
Messrs. Hogge & Seppings. Rental £44.
Possession can be given on 29th September 1903 '

Purchased in 1903 for £1,010 by Mr H. R. Laird of Messrs. W & T Bagge

 

Closed c1995 and demolished by 1996