Prince Albert Pub on a Lazy, Hazy Sunday Morning, Dover, Kent, England, UK

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7.20 am on October 14th, 2012 and the sun is burning off a sea-fog that had swirled northwards along the River Dour valley. Left of pub: Biggin Street shopping precinct. Right: Priory Road with the Effingham Crescent junction just before. View from in front of the Town Hall on the Hight Street. Urban Dover Victorian Architecture, History, Travel and Tourism.

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John Latter on February 18, 2013

The pub is said to have been renamed as a result of a visit to Dover by Albert, Prince Consort to Queen Victoria, in November 1842.

Full address:

83 Biggin Street, Dover CT16 1BB, Kent, England. Telephone: +44 1304 204272 (01304 204272 from the United Kingdom).

The pub has a Twitter page at:


And a Facebook page:

Prince Albert Dover

Nearby places of interest include:

Town Hall

World War I Zeebrugge Bell

Maison Dieu House

Dover Civic War Memorial

St Edmunds Chapel

Sea Angling Social Club

The Biggin Street Incident

Church of St Columba

Victorian Norman Street

John Latter / Jorolat

Dover Blog: The Psychology of a Small Town

This is the Images of Dover website: click on any red or blue "John Latter" link to access the Entry Page.

John Latter on February 18, 2013

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