Black's Head Inn.They are now re-displaying their original and ancient sign again after much public demand.

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Comments (10)

David Brown Photogra… on September 26, 2010

Sharp intake of breath from this side of the pond Jeff as here only black people can see or talk about themselves being black. We whites have to see them and think of them as white. I think thats how it works.

Its a strange world but this is a nice picture.

All the best from The South Jethro

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 26, 2010

Nothing changes..except perhaps the law..Just when you think it it safe to paddle, our country is put on a state of high alert. Fanaticism is alive and well.

I like how the corner of the building is chamfered off..Probably to safeguard the late night revelers staggering from the pub ;>)

Jim

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 26, 2010

This guy has found a perfect solution to the I LIKE problem NOT ;>))

Jim

David Brown Photogra… on September 26, 2010

Hahahahaha... wonderful Jim how did you find that?

Sorry for hijacking your picture Jeff for all this chit chat!

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 26, 2010

Hiya chaps..it was stumbled upon quite accidently..Now who dares to leave a I don't like it I like comment ?????? ;>)

Jim

David Brown Photogra… on October 3, 2010

But back to the sign and pub name Gents. I found, quite be accident (honest, your honour) a Black Boy pub name tag Here

So political correctness is not entirely dead.

Happy Sunday guys.

Si's Photography on October 3, 2010

Racist! I will complain... NOT! Excellent image.

Jeff Annely (Nikonis… on October 3, 2010

You make me WORK to be on this site Si!!

Let's see . . . I shot the Shreive, But I did not shoot the deputy down . . .

Is that it?

Jeff

Si's Photography on October 3, 2010

Good, that's what we like to hear, Jeff... Had to look at Dictionary.com? I love old words. I want a revival for them.

Jeff Annely (Nikonis… on October 3, 2010

I know the word through crosswords, where it's often defined as Magistrate or similar, but clearly at this length of history is subject to many variations. Well done in choosing it.

Jeff

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