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Queen Street, Cardiff (1893) - Framed Picture - 11" x 14"


Queen Street is the main thoroughfare in Cardiff.

Most of Queen Street, from the castle moat to Dumfries Place, used to be called Crockherbtown (Crockherbtown Lane can still be found off Park Place), but the street was renamed in honour of Queen Victoria in 1886.

To the north running parallel is Greyfriars Road, referring to the site of an old monastery.

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