Listing: The White Hart public house, corner of Worcester
Street and Little Brickkiln Street.
Comment: An odd
design in maroon-red brick with some blues, and stone dressings, on
a darker brick base. Many features suggest A. T. Butler as the
architect: the proportion and detailing of the Tudor style windows;
the way the gables break through the eaves recalls the New Inn; the
end chimney, with its top missing, in a canted projection on the
corner recalls the Royal Oak; the stone plaque with the pub name is
a common Butler feature. But the round tops to the gables with
finials are an old-fashioned, Edwardian motif, and whole corner
composition is loose and almost anarchic.