The Queen's Head

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Black and white image of the Queen's Head. With people stood outside. Including an old lady, a boy and a dog, Not too far away from the Duke of York was the Queen's Head at No.63 Victoria Street (not to be confused with the Queen's Head at the top of Victoria Street). The Queen's Head dated from at least the 18th Century and was conveniently located close to the River Head and South Dock Street, ideal for those with trade connections to and from the docks.

a Black and white image from a 19th Century postcard of the Georgian coaching Inn.  Its a two storey building with a slated roof.  Two people are stood outside.A 19th Century postcard shows a Georgian coaching Inn with large bay windows and a central doorway with a gabled cross-wing to the left. Above the door are a lantern and the pub's name in capital letters.

Black and White image of a map showing where the Queens head wasA map of the Inn shows a substantial yard to the rear, which would have been accessed from the side passage at the end of the building. In the late 1950s, the Duke of York was demolished and replaced with Woolworths. Poundland currently occupies the site.

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