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A carving done by my great grandpa Wright in Birmingham, England over The Antelope Pub. LMH

A carving done by my great grandpa Wright in Birmingham, England over The Antelope Pub.

Wood carving of a Boar's Head (c. 1938), by William Bloye, outside the pub of that name, at Perry Barr, Birmingham, England. The boar's head is part of the heraldry in the coat of arms of the Gough-Calthorpe family

Wood carving of a Boar's Head (c. by William Bloye, outside the pub of that name, at Perry Barr, Birmingham, England. The boar's head is part of the heraldry in the coat of arms of the Gough-Calthorpe family

According to Wikipedia, the Anchor Inn in Digbeth, Birmingham, England dates back to 1797 with the present building dating to 1901 when it was built for the Holt Brewing Company. The pub was designated Grade II listed building status in 1991 and is a CAMRA 'Regional Pub of the Year' on numerous occasions.

According to Wikipedia, the Anchor Inn in Digbeth, Birmingham, England dates back to 1797 with the present building dating to 1901 when it was built for the

The Crooked House Pub, Birmingham

The Crooked House Pub, Birmingham

Rose Villa Tavern - Prominently sited in the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, the pub was built in 1919-20.

Rose Villa Tavern - Prominently sited in the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, the pub was built in

The Wellington, Bennets Hill. Now has a roof top garden.

This award winning city centre bar is the Midlands destination for real ale lovers. CAMRA Pub of The Year on many occasions, The Wellington features in The Good Beer Guide, and is renowned as much .

The Old Joint Stock, Birmingham

The Old Joint Stock is a Fullers-owned pub located in the shadows of the cathedral in the centre of Birmingham.

The Malt House in Birmingham, where John F Kennedy infamously ate a pub lunch.

Cadbury World, National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

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