A short-lived estate pub on the south-east side of the town, only built in the 1980s, but now planned for replacement by a care home.
A white-painted pub that looks to be in Greenall’s livery, standing at a junction on a now bypassed stretch of the former A55. It is planned to be demolished and replaced with yet another block of flats.
A substantial stone-built corner pub on a road junction near the railway station on the south side of the town centre. The image dates back to 2014, and it It has subsequently been demolished for a planned redevelopment scheme that never happened, leaving the site still vacant. The building to the left was formerly a garage and not part of the pub.