This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
BIRMINGHAM UPPER TRINITY STREET SP 08 NE Clements Arms Public House 7/10005 II Public house. Circa 1800. Stuccoed brick. Slate hipped roof with moulded eaves cornices. Brick axial stacks with cornices and louvred pots.
Plan: Corner site, the main front onto Upper Trinity Street and side onto Coventry Road; the public bar partitioned and entered from corner doorway and with doorway on Upper Trinity Street. Passage doorway on left to smoke room behind.
Exterior: 3 storeys symmetrical 3-bay front with 2 storey 1-bay wing to left and 1-bay window right hand return to Coventry Road.
Pilastered ground floor with fascia and cornice continuing around corner with doorway on canted corner at centre and left, and windows with transom lights and leaded panes with stained glass. Moulded strings at first floor windows,sill and head level, that at head breaks forward over windows as cornice with console brackets. The first and second floor windows have moulded eared architraves, sash windows without glazing bars, the second floor replaced by pivot windows. First floor left a large canted oriel. Set back behind on left is 3-storey red brick wing.
Interior: Good unaltered Victorian interior. Public bar has moulded ceiling cornice, panelled screen with finials, small pediments over doorways and stained glass in segmental headed windows; panelled dado, panelled bar front and pedimented bar-back. The smoke-room has upholstered mahogany benches with push-button service bells in frieze of rail above; moulded ceiling cornice and black veined marble chimneypiece with pairs of colonnettes and iron grate. Stairs with moulded balustrade and newels.
Listing NGR: SP0843286100
© Mr Geoff Dowling. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Dowling, Geoff
Rights Holder: Dowling, Geoff
Brick, Slate, Stucco, Georgian Public House, Commercial, Licensed Premises, Eating And Drinking Establishment, Recreational
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