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The Posada

The Posada, 48 Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton WV1, 2016 • Fancy art nouveau tiled pub in a grade II listed row of shops. Pub History shows Kellys Directory recording it from 1912, and this article says it was once popular with prostitutes. The 1991 photos here show that it used to have large lanterns outside with the logo of brewery Holt, Plant & Deakin, and it still retains its original bar fittings, panelling and seats.

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