Yet another unassuming street-corner local in an area of terraced housing across the railway from the town centre. Currently in the process of being turned into retail units.
Situated on the main road between Fenton and Longton, this pub is still very much open on StreetView, although up for sale, but since then has obviously experienced a rapid decline.
A long-closed pub in the city’s southern suburb of St Cross, retaining a distinctive legend along the side of “Ale and Stout Drawn from the
Wood” which it is believed originated from the Eldridge Pope brewery.
An impressive stone-built pub-cum-hotel situated near where the main A6 road road crosses the River Derwent north of Derby. It closed earlier this year, and is currently up for sale at £375,000 freehold.
A relatively modest inter-wars pub in the domestic architectural style of the period, situated to the south of the city centre in an area of retail and business premises.
A modern pub in a secluded spot on the banks of the River Trent known as The Dingle. It closed as a pub in 2007 and a subsequent attempt to revive it as an Indian restaurant did not prove successful. The StreetView car could only get close enough for a glimpse.
A substantial redbrick pub commanding a busy junction on the former A50, with prominent BASS lettering on the corner. Plans have been submitted to turn the site into yet another convenience store.
Another modern suburban pub that has fallen victim to Tesco Express. On StreetView it appears to be thriving, with a recently smartened-up exterior, but this did not stop it closing in March of this year.
A backstreet pub in an eastern suburb of the town, that closed around 2005 but still looks surprisingly spick-and-span. The building plot has outline planning permission for ten houses.
A pub that has been closed for a number of years and was for a while used as a women’s refuge. It retains its distinctive moulded bell design with the name arching over it.
A small, tatty-looking back-street local in an area of densely-packed terraced housing. Now converted for private use.