The Crown Inn, Birmingham
The building in 2007
|Town or city||Birmingham|
The sash windows on the first and second floors are from the 1781 building. The architect for the 1883 work was William Jenkins, for the 1930 work, E F Reynolds, and in Alan Goodwin & Associates, who added a west façade described by the architectural critic Andy Foster as "cheap".
Since the early 2000s, it has operated as part of a chain of 1980s themed nightclubs under the name "Reflex".
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