Old Photos of Witham

The Albert P.H., corner view

Taken: 1911 to 1934, perhaps nearer to 1911, Ref: M2846

The Albert (2 Chipping Hill), corner view. Signs for Trumans Beers. The Albert became a pub in 1842 (renamed The Railway after a fire in about 2015).

Also includes a bit of the Grange (4 Chipping Hill) on the left, and a small building between the two.

The Albert and the Grange are on the site where the Knights Templars, and then the Hospitallers, had a chapel and farm buildings till the 1500s.
For more about the Albert, see the Articles category, number 33.

RefM2846
Date taken1911 to 1934, perhaps nearer to 1911
SourceAskins, John, (lived in Switzerland). His forbears ran the Albert earlier in the 20th century.
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