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Bee Hive, Albert Place

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The Bee-Hive pub in 2008 prior to its temporary closure and again in 2010 awaiting re-opening under new ownership.

The pub is sited on a small piece of old Peterborough, namely Albert Place, which was 95% buried by the building of Bourges Boulevard. The only remaining piece of Albert Place is the small dog-leg section at the entrance to the Asda car park on which the Bee Hive has always sat.

Many thanks to Richard Nicholson and Ray Cole for the images.