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Half Way Inn, Chandlers Ford, about 1905

Brief Description

View of Half Way Inn, Winchester Road, Fryern Hill, Chandlers Ford, about 1905.

Subject Date

About 1905

Creator

Copied by: Hillier, Barbara
1993

Owner

Hampshire Library and Information Service

Contributor

Hampshire Library and Information Service

Full Description

Copy photograph of a postcard.The inn is on the site of stables used as a coaching stage between Southampton and Winchester; a toll house stood opposite. The building shown was built in 1870. The first landlord was Ham Rodaway, who had previously kept a small general shop, selling beer, in what is now Oakmount Road.At the time of the photograph, the inn was owned by the Lion Brewery, Winchester. One of its horse-drawn drays is conveniently standing outside. The illustration cannot be later than 1912, as that was the year in which the bay windows were added.Reference: Hillier, Barbara. 1994. Chandler's Ford: a pictorial history, introduction.

Place

Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh Borough, Hampshire

Subject

building, pub, public house, inn, horse-drawn dray

Name Subject

Half Way Inn, Lion Brewery

Content Type

Photograph

Location

Chandlers Ford Library

Local Ref

4/13

Collection

Images

Object ID/Record ID

O1475

Image ID

6361
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