Subseries 1 - 1 Station Road (formerly the Great Northern Hotel)

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1 Station Road (formerly the Great Northern Hotel)


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Records relating to The Great Northern Hotel have been included under 1 Station Road. The first surviving lease is dated 1869 and granted 3 messuages, including 1 called 'Great Northern Hotel' to Arthur John Gray. In 1896 the lease was granted to Charles Edward Gray and the plan shows the Great Northern Hotel was the property between 57 Hills Road and 1 Station Road. In 1926 the lease was granted to Messrs Worthington & Co

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