The Station Hotel

The Station Hotel, Creswell, Derbyshire

An imposing redbrick corner pub probably dating from around the turn of the last century, situated in a former mining village. It looks rather smarter on the 2009 StreetView image than on my recent picture. Situated close to the well-known Creswell Crags beauty spot.

(My own picture)

The Bay Horse

The Bay Horse, Newton-by-Hyde, Cheshire

A substantial inter-wars pub, originally owned by Robinson’s, on a corner site in a residential area to the north-east of Hyde.

The StreetView image from April 2011 shows the brewer’s dray making a delivery.

(My own picture)

The Beech Tree

The Beech Tree, Barnton, Cheshire

A substantial inter-wars pub in Jacobean style with distinctive mullioned windows, originally built by Greenalls. It was the last pub in Barnton, a village with a population of over 5,000.

(My own picture)

The King Arthur

The King Arthur, Dudley, Worcestershire

Another massive inter-wars West Midlands roadhouse on the northern approach to Dudley. The site is now being redeveloped as an ALDI supermarket.

The Waggon

The Waggon, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire

A former Robinson’s pub on the main road between Mottram and Broadbottom, with no shortage of nearby properties, which I remember from the late 80s as being quite smart and having a healthy food trade. Three of the four pubs in Mottram have now closed – and indeed three of the four in Broadbottom.

(My own picture)

The Elm Tree

The Elm Tree, Sheffield, West Riding of Yorkshire

A large Brewer’s Tudor pub rather stranded in the middle of a gyratory system on the north side of the city. The StreetView camera seems to have been afflicted by spots of rain when shooting this one.

The Black Boy

The Black Boy, Eccles, Lancashire

A street-corner pub in a well-pubbed area to the west of the town centre, that was originally a Wilson’s house, was then sold to Banks’s and ended up in Marston’s livery.

The New Inn

The New Inn, Cradley Heath, Staffordshire

A small white-painted street-corner pub in a typical Black Country area of mixed residential and industrial development.

The White Lion

The White Lion, Birmingham

A former Davenports pub with a clock tower, just outside the city centre, that later became Scarlets nightclub. The StreetView image shows it covered in scaffolding.

The Angel

The Angel, Bolsover, Derbyshire

Just round the corner from the White Swan, this Brewer’s Tudor pub shown on StreetView in 2008 has now become Bolsover Antiques. Bolsover seems to have suffered particularly badly from pub closures, with three recently lost on or just off the central square, although the former premises of “The Keep Sports Bar” almost next door have now become Wetherspoon’s Pillar of Rock.

The Delamere Forest Inn

The Delamere Forest Inn, Hatchmere, Cheshire

A small white-painted roadside pub in a popular tourist spot next to the Forest. It was converted from a private hotel in the 70s or 80s, but never seems to have prospered as a pub.

The King Edward

The King Edward, Aston, Birmingham

An impressive triangular corner pub boasting its own clock tower, situated right next to the Aston Expressway.

The Farmers Arms

The Farmers Arms, Lymm, Cheshire

A large roadside pub, still in Greenall’s livery, in an area that has seen large numbers of new houses built recently, so lack of potential customers cannot be used as an excuse for its closure. Between the 2011 StreetView image and my current picture it had a brief incarnation under an Italian pizzeria brand. Fairly close to the now-demolished Railway.

(My own picture)