Another monumental example of inter-wars Brewer’s Tudor, on the Birmingham New Road south of the city centre. Note how you can see the sky through gaps in the roof tiles. Move a few yards up the road and it magically disappears.
A tall, narrow street-corner pub just north of the City, that appears to have been converted into offices. The image on StreetView shows impressive “Truman, Hanbury & Buxton” lettering along the top of the facade, which is washed out on the photo.
An impressive redbrick Edwardian pub, originally tied to Whitbread, that went through incarnations as the “Tut & Shive” and “Conor’s Bar” (as shown on StreetView) before recently being converted to a Tesco Express.
An impressive Victorian corner pub with a prominent turret, that was closed and boarded for a number of years before recently becoming a Sainsbury’s Local, as shown in the second picture. The StreetView picture appears to have been taken in a deluge.