When was the Victoria Hotel Menai Bridge built?
There is no such thing as the "Victoria Hotel Menai Bridge".
I believe it is the Clifton Suspension bridge in Bristol, which was built by I K Brunel (who built the first suspension bridge) completed in 1864 using chains from Hungerford bridge which he had also built. Actually the Menai suspension bridge, which crosses the Menai Straits between mainland North Wales and the Isle of Anglesey, was built by Thomas Telford and completed in 1826. So that would make it a lot earlier than the Clifton…
There are several similarly-named structures: Victoria Towers (Hong Kong) consists of three 62 story residential towers, 699 feet in height (213 m). Victoria Tower (Guernsey) is 100 feet (30 m) high - stone memorial, built 1847-1848). Victoria Clock Tower (Liverpool) is about 70 feet high - unused Salisbury Dock tower, also built 1848. Scandic Victoria Tower (Stockholm) is 384 feet high (117 m) - it is a skyscraper hotel built in 2011.
Each station was named when it was built: Waterloo - after Waterloo Bridge, in turn named after the Battle of Waterloo Victoria - after Queen Victoria London Bridge - after the bridge itself Blackfriars - after Blackfriars Bridge, named after a former monastery Charing Cross, King's Cross - after road junctions Liverpool Street, Fenchurch Street, Cannon Street - after streets Paddington, Marylebone, St Pancras, Euston, Clapham Junction - after districts