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Queen's Hotel

85 Scotland Street
City Centre
S3 7BX

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed.

About the Pub

A pub on this site opened in 1791 as the Queens Inn, was rebuilt as the present building in 1928, and closed as a Wards house around April 1997. Demolished 29/01/2021 to make way for an 11 storey block of 230 apartments.

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Queen's Hotel, Sheffield

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Queen's Hotel

85 Scotland Street
City Centre
S3 7BX

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53.385464, -1.475095

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