The Queen Vic, Walford

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This old Victorian pub is in the heart of the east end of London,Originally the pub was to be called The Balmoral but after the death of Prince Albert it was re-named as a tribute to the mourning Queen. Initially, the pub's exterior was painted brown. This was later changed to a green and cream colour scheme only for Grant Mitchell set fire to the Queen Victoria after which it was painted red. Following another blaze in 2010, the pub was painted to its current colours of red, green and cream.The current landlord Alfie and Kat Moon provide a warm welcome,however the the locals are a high spirated bunch so you need your wits about you.

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46, Albert Square, Walford, London, E20 5RH
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