Golden Fleece Hotel, Albury

Golden Fleece Hotel Albury demolition 1939OLD HOTEL GOES TO MAKE WAY FOR SCHOOL

The former Golden Fleece Hotel in Albury was demolished in 1939 to make way for a school playground. The pub was located in David Street, and was demolished, along with a few cottages, to extend the grounds of the Albury Infants Public School.

The historic hotel had been previously de-licensed in 1921 before the bulldozers moved in. The picture published in the Border Morning Mail on January 6 1939, shows workmen stacking bricks from the old hotel during demolition.

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