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The Hagley Inn

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Frost, Max

Description: This structure is situated on the Meander Valley Road in Hagley, Tasmania. The country inn was built in c.1850 for Mr Frederick Rudge who lived in the nearby village of Carrick. Mr. James East was an earlier proprietor of this public house. He was also a partner in the firm "Spearman and East" who operated a stage coach service from Deloraine to Launceston from the year 1855 until 1870. Later Mr. East purchased The Hagley Inn and managed the business until his death at the age of 56 on the 19 December 1865. James East's widow Mary held the licence at the hotel for a short period after her late husband's death. In the late Victorian Era, members of the Roe family operated the establishment. The former Hagley Inn has undergone changes of name and many alterations in recent decades. The building was closed for business recently.The image was captured from the north-western direction in August 1989.

Format: Pictorial and artistic works
Object: photographs

The Hagley Inn

Institution: Westbury Historical Society

Object number: WEHS_0145

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