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The Stainton public house


The Stainton Inn and Tea Rooms (aka'The Stainton') is located on Meldyke Lane in Stainton, Middlesbrough. Built in 1897, the pub is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Stainton 1897 Public Houses
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The Stainton

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THE STAINTON PUBLIC HOUSE - List Entry
- "Public house, date 1897, and mid-C20 right extension. Smooth red brick, pebbledash on first floor, and sandstone ashlar porch. Plain clay tiled roof with stone gable copings. Clay pantiles on ...

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List number: 1137526
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4803614132
Post code: TS8 9AZ

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