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Shire of Capel > Records

Railway Hotel Boyanup

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First mention of the hotel in available records was in 1920. This timber structure burnt down in 1921 and was rebuilt in brick the following year and was then known as the Railway Hotel. The hotel licensee also had the tea rooms for the railway station directly opposite the hotel.



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Shire of Capel

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Railway Hotel Boyanup
Railway Hotel Boyanup