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post house

A house or inn along a post road (i.e., a road over which mail was once carried) with facilities for keeping horses and carriages used by mail couriers and travelers.
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The Old Village Post House was built in 1896 as a private residence and retail store.
Before moving on to the post house, there is one more important consideration.
Located in the Mill River corridor district at the western edge of Stamford's central business district, the six-story Post House Apartments will provide 60 one-bedroom units, common spaces for tenant usage and counseling staff offices to support the special-needs resident population.
More than 200 guests will attend this evening's event at Glasgow's Forte Post House Hotel.
The post House upholds veto on foreclosures, passes compromise bill appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
It happened on Sunday night between the A55's junction with the A41 and the Post House A483 just over the border in England.
From August 9 the Lions Club will be meeting at The Old Post House, Sporting Lodge Inns, Low Lane, Stainton, Middlesbrough, TS17 9LW.
In Canning's deals with post house Molinare on the $12 million "The King's Speech," and LipSync on the lower-budget "Shame," each U.K.-based outfit made a cash investment in exchange for net profits and an agreement to be able to use their post facilities.
Summary: Qatar-based production and post house ADabisc recently installed Flame Premium at its facility.
In 1978 Sir Jimmy supported the Coventry Evening Telegraph's seatbelt campaign and in 1979 he set off from Post House Hotel, Allesley, on a 12-mile jog for charity.
Traffic came to a standstill on the A483 between the Post House roundabout and the Rossett turn-off, with the dual carriageway closed while emergency services worked at the scene.