The Combermere Arms, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton.
Fairly discretely tucked away and almost opposite the former Eye Infirmary is this little gem. One can imagine this is what a Public House of many years ago would have been like. Sadly, because of the current Coronavirus situation, it is not possible to explore the inside of this establishment. It is Grade II Listed, with a “Regionally important historic interior”. The Combermere Arms comprises three charming rooms with cosy fireplaces replete with classic adverts.
This is the kind of old ale house that has long since disappeared from today’s street scene. It is a rarity that it has survived, particularly in a City setting. Or maybe that’s why it’s survived, being just far enough out on the outskirts.
- Taken: 17 May 2020
- Camera: Canon 5D MkIII
- Lens: Canon EF 16-35mm 1:4 L IS USM
- Focal Length 35mm
- 1/200 sec
- ISO 100