First opened as The Great Central Hotel in 1899, this was supposed to be the last great railway hotel of the Victorian era. Unfortunately, after the demise of rail travel in the early twentieth century, the hotel fell upon hard times and was forced to close before World War II. It wasn't until the 1990s that the hotel reopened. Now, as The Landmark, it is enjoying a new lease of life.
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