In trying to decide if I had frequented this Inn in my youth I tried a search in Google and noticed..
In the late 19th century, James & Lister Lea became prolific designers of public houses in Birmingham. They designed The Woodman (1896-7), the Swan and Mitre (1899), The White Swan (1900), The Anchor Inn (1901) and The City Tavern (1901). Many of these pubs are now listed buildings and were built of red brick and terracotta.
This is the link
It could easily be a listed building, and they don’t make them like this any more do thay!
Best Wishes Peter
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Photo taken in Birmingham, West Midlands, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location