Queen Inn, 40 Primrose Hill Street
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This could refer to a number of queens - Elizabeth I, Victoria or Anne being the usual candidates.
To 1868 this was the BRICKLAYERS ARMS.
In 1928 the Golden Lion, Castle Street, was closed in consideration of the Queen. This must have meant that rebuilding or improvements were being done to The Queen.
In 1985 it was 'a basic drinkers' pub in a basic area'. It was auctioned in 1996 and closed in 2010. It is now a West Indian Centre.|
LICENSEES:1868 - 1871 Thomas Dowse
1874 E. Barnes
1879 John Bonnar
1881 - 1886 Reuben Deeming
1890 - 1891 H. Roe
1893 - 1896 W. J. Penn
1903 -1927 Thomas Elson
1931 - 1934 G. E. Brownsell
1935 - 1938 T. Oswin
1939 - 1940 D. Buckler (see also Shepherd and Shepherdess, Keresley Road)
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