The Coachmakers Arms known to us all as the pretty bricks
The Cross Guns, Bilston Rd
This was the Cross Guns and is now The Roost on Bilston Rd
Fallings Heath Tavern, Walsall Rd
Forresters Arms, Oxford St
More recent photo of Forresters Arms
Old picture of the Great Western
Horse and Jockey, High Bullen
Horse and Jockey, Franchise St
Horse and Jockey, Wood Green
Horse and Jockey, wood Green (older)
Jolly Brewer, Camphill, Market Place
Jolly Brewer, Camphill (older)
More recent picture of the Leathern Bottle
Ye Olde Leathern Bottle, Vicorage Rd. (Old picture)
The Nags head, Lower High St.
The Old Park Hotel, Darlaston Rd.
The Old Royal Oak, Meeting St.
The Old Royal Oak, Meeting St. A more recent photo.
The Prince of Wales, Darlaston Rd.
The Prince Regent, Albert St.
The Cottage as it once was.
The Mazeppa pub just one of the many pubs now gone.(Not just in Wednesbury, but in mesty croft alone!)
This was in Elwell st, Mesty Croft.
One of at least 5 pubs now gone around here.
‘Fortunes of War’ pub once at 35 Trouse Lane.
George Inn. Holyhead Rd
‘Globe’, Holloway Bank.
King Hills Tavern, Mill St, Kings Hill
The horrid pig!
we want the Golden Cross back!
If there is anyone at all got a picture of the Golden cross please send it in.
Pretty bricks on the pretty Bricks pub
Queens head, Queens street.
Brunswick Park road
Rising Sun, Piercy st, Mesty Croft again.
Otherwise known as the ‘Friar Park Tavern’ I believe?
Castle Inn, Windmill Street.
The corra!…Coronation, Friar Park road
See where teddy grays is there?
Well the ‘Grapes’ pub was next to it.
The George being moved brick by brick, and rebuilt farther back… crazy!
The Gladstone pub Portway Road.
The Nelson, Portway road
The old Barrel on Darlaston Road.
The Old Blue Ball, hall End
An Older picture of the Blue ball, Hall End
Three Horse Shoes, Bull Stake
The picture hangs in the ‘New’ Village and kindly sent form the Landlady:
Josie me old mucka! x
Village Inn, Alma St
Older picture of the Windmill
Woodnam Inn, Dale st
Woodman Inn, Dale St again
Great picture of the Woodman on Wood Green rd.
Windmill, Park Hill
Brunswick, Crankhall Lane
Newer picture of the Brunna
Chestnut built on the old Cow fields
Croft, Hydes rd
The original Lamp before it changed to Midland Voults.
(and why we always called it the ‘Lamp’
Red Lion, Bridge st
Talbot Hotel, Market Place
White horse Hotel
Museum, Elwell st, Mesty Croft
Anoter picture of the Museum
Myvod pub, Myvod rd
Old picture of the Rose Hill Tavern
New picture of the Rose Hill Tavern, Church Hill
Stores, Holyhead rd
When the Turks was a commercial hotel.& also The Excise Office in the 1800’s
Woodman Inn Dale st
Anchor, Holyhead rd
(Well how about that then?)
This one was Great Western st
The Fountain Inn, Bridge Street
The Gladstone Inn, portway rd 1968
Older picture of the The Gladstone pub Portway Road
Older picture of:Old Blue Ball, Hall End
Midland vaults when it’s name changed fron the ‘Lamp but It will always be the ‘Lamp’ to us.
Lok at this picture!
Another Mesty Croft pub gone.
Old picture of Scotts Arms, Darlaston rd
1904 Leathern Bottle
Spring Head, Walsall st
The plough & harrow, Leabrook
Carl Salmons The Brunswick – this pub was just round the corner from where I used to live, and where I did my first disco
Margaret Wood: Someone asked if there were any photos of inside The Woodman in Dale Street. I’m not sure of the date but I’m guessing the late 50s. There’s my nan, Phoebe Holmes looking grand in her fur collar. She lived at 45 Bilston Road. My sister and I were born there.
George and Dragon Hotel.
Taken in 1912. A wooden beam with the date 1777 was found dring the demolition of the George & Dragon in 1965.
It was also known as ‘Loxtons’ after the mothodist layman who was credited with its foundation.