An imposing three-storey mid-terrace pub just off the town centre that is still very much open on StreetView, but now in a sadly derelict and boarded-up state.
A substantial roadside pub that is still open on StreetView, but closed shortly after the images were taken and has since been subject to two arson attacks, while the surrounding area has been drastically redeveloped.
This once-attractive pub alongside the Stafford-Sandon road used to be a
Burtonwood tied house and featured in many early editions of the Good Beer Guide. Take a step forward into 2009 and it’s open again.
Once a small, unspoilt pub with extensive wood panelling, this was greatly extended and knocked through around 1990, but has now bitten the dust along with the Grove opposite. The Anchor to the left is still trading.
A big Victorian main-road pub with a striking colour scheme stemming from the combination of red brick and red paint. The corner sign points to the side door for the “New Inn Business Centre”, while the remainder has planning permission for restaurant conversion.
A substantial inter-wars pub in a coastal village that is rapidly being eroded by the sea. Go a couple of hundred yards further along the road and it comes to an abrupt end. Is this a unique pub name?
This looks like an old pub that was later surrounded by suburban development on the north-west side of the city. There’s a blogpost about its demise from Wee Beefy here.