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The Stonehenge inn incorporated the Crossroads brewery from about 1875.
 
The Stonehenge inn incorporated the Crossroads brewery from about 1875.
  
In about 1917 it was bought by Portsmouth (later Portsmouth & Brighton) United Breweries, which had a depot there until about 1981.
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In about 1917 it was bought by Portsmouth (later Portsmouth & Brighton) United Breweries, who rebuilt it.
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Portsmouth & Brighton United had a depot there until about 1981.
  
 
'''Ordnance Survey 1878:'''
 
'''Ordnance Survey 1878:'''
  
 
[[File:WiltsDurringtonToomes.jpg|400px]]
 
[[File:WiltsDurringtonToomes.jpg|400px]]

Revision as of 22:53, 12 April 2017

William Toomes, Stonehenge Inn, 2 Stonehenge Road, Durrington, Wiltshire


The Stonehenge inn incorporated the Crossroads brewery from about 1875.

In about 1917 it was bought by Portsmouth (later Portsmouth & Brighton) United Breweries, who rebuilt it.

Portsmouth & Brighton United had a depot there until about 1981.

Ordnance Survey 1878:

WiltsDurringtonToomes.jpg