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1 St STEPHENS GATES St STEPHEN   CLOSED 05.05.1970
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 (1867 to 1925)
SEAMAN & Co  
GRIMMER & Co 1872
E. LACON & Co undated
Licensees :
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MARY L. REYNOLDSON 1854
MATTHEW WILDE by 1856
FREDERICK WILDE 13.08.1872
JESSICA MARIA DAYNES 04.07.1873
ROBERT ALLEN 13.10.1873
JAMES CAMPLING 16.07.1875
ELIZABETH PERKINS 04.01.1876
WILLIAM STAMP CHAPMAN 10.10.1876
JAMES MACK 26.06.1877
JOHN FROSDYKE BREEZE 28.09.1878
WILLIAM CHARLES DODD 16.11.1880
SARAH ANNE DODD 31.07.1883
WILLIAM SNOWDEN 13.06.1887
HORACE MOORE 18.02.1890
CECIL ANDREW GREGORY 11.10.1904
WILLIAM HENRY DICKINSON 23.07.1907
HENRY JOSEPH AMY 01.12.1908
ARTHUR NOBBS 24.08.1909
JOSEPH CARVER 23.08.1910
GEORGE BUCKSEY 21.11.1916
GEORGE ASHBY 11.01.1921
WILLIAM JOHN GOLDEN 09.01.1923



Found as the RAILWAY TAVERN and as the RAILWAY HOTEL.

Stood on the South west corner of St. Stephens and Chapelfield Road.
Diagonally opposite the GREAT EASTERN

An application for licence renewal was made Tuesday 10th March 1903 which was granted. Proposals to carry out alterations were then discussed.
It was intended that a kitchen be made in the basement, an extra room be provided on the ground floor for the public, on the first floor two rooms, not for the public and on the third floor, two bedrooms for the use of the tenant.
Although the Chief Constable had no objections, the Mayor said that the Bench had concluded that the structural alterations must stand over for twelve months "until the brewers conference had taken place."

Licence provisionally refused 10.03.1925 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 05.12.1925