Categories pubs Gallery: Tiled Pub Frontages Post author By Boak & Bailey Post date 20th December 2013 8 Comments on Gallery: Tiled Pub Frontages Close up of the tiles on the Peveril of the Peak, Manchester. The Castle, Holland Park, West London. Exmouth Arms, Clerkenwell. The Victory, Brighton. The Vine Inn, Manchester. The Peveril of the Peak, Manchester. Close up of the tiles on the Peveril of the Peak, Manchester. A few photographs of tiled pub frontages we’ve collected over the years. Tags gallery ← Bobby Moore Looks in at the Pub → Yellowing Pamphlets 8 replies on “Gallery: Tiled Pub Frontages” Another one here. I believe the Pev is one of the last surviving Wilson’s pubs with a yellow fireclay exterior. Quite often it’s the only thing you can enjoy about the place as its opening hours can be rather random. Over on this side of the Pennines the Templar Hotel http://goo.gl/maps/8AiDd is a former Melbourne pub with green cladding, one of few that survive in the area. The Albion in Armley isn’t a pub any more but has been redeveloped with the red fireclay exterior intact: http://goo.gl/maps/YQrQc And The Blue Bell, York. a rather splendid one in Merseyside.. http://dimpledmug.co.uk/merseyside/stork-hotel-birkenhead/ Thanks for those links, chaps. The Street View image of the Albion is particulary evocative — like we’re about to walk through the door for a pint. Given us an idea for a blog post, too. Birkenhead has a number of pubs other than the Stork with tiled exteriors. Former Birkenhead Brewery, Threlfalls, Yates’s and Higsons houses. All either closed or lacking cask beer, Not far from the one Curmudgeon linked to is another http://goo.gl/maps/tVaSQ I think they belonged to a particularly brewery in the Ashton area who were eventually taken over by Bass – can’t recall the name off the top of my head. Sorry to digress, but the place opposite your link looks really classy: http://goo.gl/maps/58K3J Comments are closed.