Prince Albert Pub



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Prince Albert Pub
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48 Trafalgar St
United Kingdom

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Located on the route cattle and sheep took to the slaughter house. Only a block away from the city’s splendid Victorian railway station. Streams of natives and visitors flow past the historic pub building everyday.

The pub itself has seen its ups and downs. With the arrival of the railroad in the 1840s Trafalgar Street became desirable. Sheep and cattle were displaced by buyers and sellers, and a load of pubs. Today it helps anchor the North Lanes, the artistic, hip and funky quarter of Brighton.