Gunmakers Arms M & B - 92 and 93 Bath Street, Birmingham - Opening Hours - sign
Was going around at lunchtime for snow shots (by then the sun had come out), and saw this pub at the end of Bath Street (seen from the other side of St Chad's Queensway).
It is the Gunmakers Arms - A Mitchells & Butlers Public House. The first floor is surrounded by scaffolding for some reason.
It is a Grade II listed building on the corner of Bath Street and Little Shadwell Street.
Formerly it was called the Pike and Musket.
Circa 1820, corner block formerly of 3 houses, now one house and pub. Three
storeys rendered and coused. Corbelled eaves. Half hipped slate roof.
Three windows to upper floors and one surviving ground floor window: revealed
glazing bar sashes on first floor with stucco heads flanked by small consoles
and their cornices. No 93 retains architrave doorway with rounded corner
blocks. Pub door formerly to house with architrave moulding and console brackets.
Good small mid C19 corner pub front pilastered with entablature bowed around
corner. One bay return and 2 storey wing.
Close up look at the Opening Hours sign
Looking at the Images of England on Heritage Gateway, this pub used to be painted pink. Now it is white.
Check out this link of the Image of England picture of it Gunmakers Arms - Images of England