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Post Office (Wolverhampton)

Post Office (Wolverhampton), 16 Darlington Street, Wolverhampton WV1, 2016 • Charming little carved corner shop, in what I think is a faux-Jacobean style. It’s enhanced by the Post Office’s current trend of painting all branches red and white. I can’t find any info about it, and it’s not listed, but Darlington Street was cut through in 1821 and named after Lord Darlington, who later sold the land to the Town Commissioners.

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