Haverhill Prince of Wales
grid reference TL 671 457
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last updated 16/07/2015
Opened 1866, along with the adjoining Haverhill North railway station.
Closed mid 20th Century.
Now 2 private houses.
Details of pub premises belonging to William Ward & Son sold, along with the brewery, by auction 23 January 1894*** - taken from the original source of documentation at Suffolk Record Office:
Haverhill: The Prince of Wales
Premises are fitted in the London style.
On the First Floor: 4 Bedrooms and Sitting rooms.
On the Ground Floor: Large modern Bar, Tap Room, Parlour, Market Room, Kitchen, Scullery and conveniences.
In the Basement: Cellarage; also stabling for 6 horses with lofts over, Yard with folding gates and Wash-house, and large Kitchen Gardens in the rear.
In the occupation of Mr W. W. Ball.
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)
(some old PO directory information courtesy of londonpublichouse.com)
(***Original source of documentation transcribed by Graham Nunn)