Wolverhampton's Listed Buildings

Prince Albert Public House

Listings: c.1900. Renaissance style.

Comment: Its style might politely be referred to as eclectic and there a vaguely Arts and Crafts elements to it.  It ends up looking classically ordered with decorative bits.  (And it really is that pink colour). It faces the High Level railway station (and therefore is en route from the Low Level Station too). It might therefore have been built to this size to take advantage of the railway passenger trade.