The Glynne Arms (Crooked House)

The 'Crocked House' Pub

On the edge of the Himley Estate lies the The Glynne Arms (more popularly known as the Crooked House). It is a public house which has suffered badly from mining subsidence. It lies on what was the divide between Sir Stephen Glynne's land and that of the Earl of Dudley.

Glynne removed too much of the coal that lies underneath with the obvious result. As the result of an optical illusion, without even taking a drink, beer bottles can really be seen to roll up the table!