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The Beehive Hotel at Cuttabri and its surroundings, 1887 / J. Check
Full title: The Beehive Hotel at Cuttabri and its surroundings, 1887 / J. Check
Author/creator: Check, J. (Joseph), 1856-1936.
Call Numbers: ML 758
Record Identifier: Y0KD6XP1
Formats: Pictures, Paintings
Contents: 1 painting - 79 x 53 cm, inside frame 100 x 74 cm - oil
This image depicts the original hotel, built by Trindall, on the coaching route from Gunnedah to Walgett. The hotel was established when Morpeth, near Maitland, was the rail head of the North West railway. It was a mail change for Cobb & Co. on their daily service between Narrabri and Walgett.
The original hotel burnt down around 1900. The replacement hotel still stands and is reputedly the second oldest licensed hotel in Australia.
Copy Print : ML 758
Mr Peter Smith, descendant of Mr Trindall
Beehive Hotel (Cuttabri, N.S.W)
Cuttabri (N.S.W) -- Hotels
Digital order no:a1528292