Another photo of The Rose & Crown Brearley St for you. It was bombed in 1941 and repaired and rebuilt, it must have been before the end of the war or just after as this photo is dated 1946. I think this may be the another case of a wrong date being attributed.
It closed it's doors on the 20th September 1963 and was demolished soon after. A new street, Aldgate Grove is now approximately where the pub stood.
hi kieron....reminding you to come back to the rose and crown unless i have missed somethingCan somebody remind me to come back to this public-house? I am bogged down with other stuff and now looking into that Stag and Pheasant on Bromsgrove Street. In the meantime, here is a sneaky look into the pub. It is an image I have prepared for my site.
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Re: bombing .... The house was damaged on October 16th 1940 and was re-opened on May 30th 1941.
hi kieron....reminding you to come back to the rose and crown unless i have missed something
Moving along Lyn, we come to the Engineers' Arms : https://www.midlandspubs.co.uk/birmingham/brearley-street/engineers-arms.htm
many thanks for those links kieron...my neck o the woods so of interest to me...will read them later as dinner beckons nowTwo more for you Lyn :
andHistory and Information on the Beehive Tavern on Brearley Street in Aston New Town in Birmingham in Warwickshirewww.midlandspubs.co.uk
History and Information on the Ivy House Inn on Brearley Street in Aston New Town in Birmingham in Warwickshirewww.midlandspubs.co.uk