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The Wheatsheaf has been a local landmark since at least 1818, when it was Stoke's leading coaching inn.
By 1834, the thrice-weekly coach, which ran between Newcastle-under-Lyme and Derby, called at The Wheatsheaf. After the opening of the railway, there were omnibuses from The Wheatsheaf to meet each train at the station. By then, however, the arrival of the railway had signalled the end of the coaching era.
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