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This Wetherspoon pub was purpose-built in 1914 as the town's main post office, and takes its name from the world's first-ever adhesive postage stamp.
Witton Street bears a plaque with the inscription, 'Designed by HM Office of Works in 1914, as a purpose-built post office to serve Northwich and District, it is the town's largest liftable building'. 'Liftable' or timber-framed structures have been used in Northwich - particularly for public buildings - so that they can be jacked back into position when subsidence occurs.
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