The Duke of Wellington Hotel Blue Plaque
The Duke of Wellington Hotel (former)
Grade II Listed
Originally a wealthy wool merchant’s residence, this building became the Duke of Wellington Hotel in 1810, and was the leading coach house in Rochdale for many years. In front of this hotel, the “Speaker’s Corner” hosted a crowd of 8,000 following the Reform Act of 1832.
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