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<big>'''Queens Hotel & Victoria Music Hall''', ''Queen Street, Morley, West Yorkshire.'' </big>
 
<big>'''Queens Hotel & Victoria Music Hall''', ''Queen Street, Morley, West Yorkshire.'' </big>
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Originally built in the 1870s by Benjamin Worrall, he converted it into a 5-storey pub with music hall entertainment. Later it lost two storeys.
  
 
Benjamin Hale Worrall (1892). For sale with brewhouse April 1893, Mr Worrall deceased.
 
Benjamin Hale Worrall (1892). For sale with brewhouse April 1893, Mr Worrall deceased.

Latest revision as of 08:40, 22 May 2020

Queens Hotel & Victoria Music Hall, Queen Street, Morley, West Yorkshire.

Originally built in the 1870s by Benjamin Worrall, he converted it into a 5-storey pub with music hall entertainment. Later it lost two storeys.

Benjamin Hale Worrall (1892). For sale with brewhouse April 1893, Mr Worrall deceased.