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Details of pub: Temperance Hall, Aberystwyth

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Address/Location: North Parade / Queens Road
OS Grid Ref: SN5858981848
Opened: 1864      
Closed: 1895       Type: Temperance
Notes: There was a Temperance Hall in Aberystwyth at the corner of North Parade and Queen Road. It was built in 1864 and demolished in 1895.

The Temperance Hall was built by a limited liability Company and cost £1,500. It was opened in 1865. At one end is a large gallery connecting two narrow side galleries. An excellent orchestra occupies the other end, beneath which are ante-rooms. It will seat 1000.
Anon, (1874), Morgans New Guide to Aberystwyth and Neighbourhood, p. 13


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Map:

Queen's Road, 50 inch, 1887

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Photograph:

The Temperance Hall, Queen's Road, Aberystwyth, c. 1900

Date: 1900 (approx)