A historic pub interior of regional importance
Listed Status: Not listedSt Albans Road
A splendid large early 20th-century brick-built pub with a corner tower. Inside there has been some opening out but the original and unusual layout is easy to discern. This features a large plain bar on the left, an island servery with a wide drinking corridor behind and, front-right, an opened-out snug with unused bell-pushes.
Well-known now as being on the tram pub trail, this is a splendid large early 20th-century corner pub built of brick with a corner tower. The interior is partially opened-out, but retains much original structure. From the corner entrance, on the left is a large plain bar with island servery, a wide corridor with seating behind the servery. Off this, front-right, is an opened-out snug with (unused) bell-pushes. An unusual layout for Nottingham.Read More