Named after Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s consort, the Albert Pub in Victoria is a Grade II listed building noted for its exterior decor. It’s built on the site of an earlier pub called The Blue Coat Boy and was built in around 1862. Many of the features, including the wrought iron balconies, are original.
It is the only building to remain from the 1860s development of Victoria Street and as such worth a visit. I didn’t have chance to photograph the interior on this occasion, but will do the next time I’m in the area.