The Queen Victoria Public House

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Queen Victoria Public House



The Queen Vic, or Hole in the Wall as it was known in its original location, first stood at the eastern end of Tesco’s car park. It was relocated to its present site when the car park was created by demolishing this terrace, The Royal Oak and other buildings in 1935.

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In 1927

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Dray arrives for landlord Snudden

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The original location

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In 1927

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