|Length||0.7 mi (1.1 km)|
|Location||London, United Kingdom|
|Nearest train station|| Blackfriars|
|West end||New Bridge Street/Victoria Embankment|
|East end||Mansion House Street/Bank Junction|
Queen Victoria Street, named after the British monarch who reigned from 1837 to 1901, is a street in London which runs east by north from its junction with New Bridge Street and Victoria Embankment in the Castle Baynard ward of the City of London, along a section that divides the wards of Queenhithe and Bread Street, then lastly through the middle of Cordwainer ward, until it reaches Mansion House Street at Bank junction. Beyond Bank junction, the street continues north-east as Threadneedle Street which joins Bishopsgate. Other streets linked to Queen Victoria Street include Puddle Dock, Cannon Street, Walbrook and Poultry.
The road was commissioned in 1861 to streamline the approach to the central business district, and was provided for through the Metropolitan Improvement Act. Costing over £1,000,000, it remains a major street within the City. It was built over Old and New Pye Streets, named for Sir Robert Pye.
- The Bank of New Zealand's triangular building at No. 1 was their London office from 1889 to 1988. It is now the offices of the City of London Magistrates' Court Committee
- Bloomberg London at No. 3
- The Salvation Army's global headquarters at No. 101
- City of London School at No. 107
- A Monetary Authority of Singapore branch at No. 128
- The College of Arms' headquarters at No. 130
- Baynard House at No. 133
- St Benet Paul's Wharf church, at No. 135
- The Faraday Building at No. 136-144. A blue plaque marks the previous site of the Doctors' Commons, demolished in 1867.
- The British and Foreign Bible Society was formerly located at No. 146 from 1868 and 1985. That address is now occupied by the Church of Scientology of London
- The church of St. Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe
- The Bank of New York Mellon at No. 160, formerly the site of The Times newspaper offices
- Harben, H. A. A Dictionary of London, London: Herbert Jenkins, 1922
- Porritt, E. "The Housing of the Working Classes in London" in Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Mar., 1895)
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- "Men's Marathon - Olympic Athletics Course Map | London 2012". Archived from the original on 30 April 2013. Retrieved 1 February 2016.
- "Women's Marathon - Olympic Athletics Course Map | London 2012". Archived from the original on 2 May 2013. Retrieved 1 February 2016.
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