The Passage and doorway of the Crooked House, Himley, Staffordshire. During the early 19th century, mining in the area caused one side of the building to begin gradually sinking. It later (circa 1830) became a public house called the Siden House, siden meaning 'crooked' in the local Black Country dialect.The Crooked House is still run as a pub and restaurant.
John Price & Son's Picture Post Card No.361
Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
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