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Billy

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You have it in one tony,the only licensed house to my knowledge known as The Unicorn in Wolverhampton, was half way down the north side of Oxley Street.

Most of North side, of Oxley Street went under the hammer in the late 50’s early 60’s and the new North Road Working Mens Club was built on the site.

My uncle Sam Docherty used the Unicorn and I recall being in the bar with my father on Christmas day lunchtime 1950. I was a tall 13yr old at the time.

I recall admiring this gents colourful tie, he noticed this and promply took it of and gave it to me.
I have fond memories of my one and only visit to the “Unicorn”.

Below the old cellar head.