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Grand Central, 29-30 Surrey Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3PA

West Street Brewery (1852)-1892; Catt 1892-1899; Tamplins 1899-(1964)[1]

HistoryEdit

The Railway Hotel opened in the early 1840s. The hotel was completely rebuilt in its present form in 1925.[2] Was also known as Finnegan's Wake in the 1990s(?). Has the Nightingale Theatre above.

LandlordsEdit

[3]

  • 1839 - Chas S Penfold (Pigots Directory)
  • 1854 - George Burrell (Original Brighton & Hove Directory)
  • 1855 - George Burrell (Kellys Directory)
  • 1859 - Mrs E Burrell (Post Office Directory)
  • 1864 - George Adderson (Folthorps)
  • 1866 - W Herbert (Post Office Directory)
  • 1878 - Henry Divall (Post Office Directory)
  • 1881 - Henry Divall (census)
  • 1890 - Joseph Pearn (Post Office Directory)
  • 1891 - Joseph Pearn (Post Office Directory)
  • 1899 - Joseph Pearn (Post Office Directory)
  • 1905 - Albert Quick (Post Office Directory)
  • 1913 - Albert Quick (Post Office Directory)
  • 1915 - Albert Quick (Post Office Directory)
  • 1918 - Albert Quick (Post Office Directory)
  • 1927 - Stephen Casey (Kellys Directory)
  • 1930 - Stephen Casey (Post Office Directory)
  • 1938 - Stephen Casey (Post Office Directory)

Census informationEdit

1881 censusEdit

[4]

  • Henry Divall - 45 - Licensed Victualler - Keymer, Sussex
  • Mary A Divall - 40 - Wife - Newport, Monmouth
  • Ann Marchant - 19 - Barmaid - Brighton, Sussex
  • Elizabeth Marchant - 17 - Barmaid - Brighton, Sussex
  • Elizabeth Linfield - 21 - Cook - Warnham, Sussex
  • Edward Duke - 18 - Hotel Porter - Brighton, Sussex

PhotographsEdit

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=179-tamplins&cid=1#1
  2. http://regencysociety-jamesgray.com/volume31/source/jg_31_163.html
  3. http://deadpubs.co.uk/SussexPubs/Brighton/RailwayInn.shtml
  4. http://deadpubs.co.uk/SussexPubs/Brighton/RailwayInn.shtml