The Woodman

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The Woodman
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The Woodman pub on Albert Street
General information
Type Public house
Address Albert Street and Curzon Street
Town or city Birmingham
Country UK
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Construction started 1896
Opened 1897 (1897)
Client Ansells Brewery
Technical details
Floor count 2
Design and construction
Architect James & Lister Lea
Designations Grade II listed

The Woodman is a public house on Albert Street in Birmingham, England that is Grade II listed.[1] It stands beside the Eastside City Park and the abandoned, but listed, Curzon Street railway station.


The building was built in 1896 and 1897 with the purpose of being a public house for the Ansells Brewery. It was one of the small corner pubs designed by James & Lister Lea. The building is built from red brick and terracotta with a slate roof. Both the ground and first floor have narrow windows above the entrance, but with wide windows with brick mullions. Since its construction the pub has featured a large amount of tiling inside and large mirrors that are both gilded and engraved.[2] There is still a "Smoke Room", although its original use is now prohibited by law, which again has the original Mintons tiling and seating.[3]


  1. Historic England. "The Woodman Public House  (Grade II) (1234088)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 February 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  2. The Woodman, Images of England, retrieved 24 January 2015
  3. Minton tiles, Woodman web site

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