Recording the slow, sad death of the British pub
Formerly the Rose Hill, a redbrick pub set back from Manchester Road in an area of retail and industrial units south of the town centre. Note the Boddingtons “bee and barrel” sign.
A back-street pub in a densely-packed area of terraced housing just north of the city centre.
A large white-painted pub with a conservatory extension in a rural location just outside Wednesfield and Bloxwich close to the M6 motorway. Still open on StreetView.
A small mid-terraced pub with a distinctive archway leading through to the rear, situated to the south of the town on the main road towards Oldham.