The Viaduct

The Viaduct, Limpley Stoke, Wiltshire

A large Georgian pub built of Bath stone at the foot of a steep hill in the picturesque Avon valley.

The Black Horse

The Black Horse, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire

Another monumental example of inter-wars Brewer’s Tudor, on the Birmingham New Road south of the city centre. Note how you can see the sky through gaps in the roof tiles. Move a few yards up the road and it magically disappears.

The Stoneleigh Arms

The Stoneleigh Arms, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire

A small former Banks’s pub just south of the centre of this Midlands spa town which is much less upmarket than often imagined.

The White Horse

The White Horse, Wem, Shropshire

An old pub, once tied to Greenall’s Wem subsidiary, right in the centre of this small Shropshire market town.

The Hop Pole

The Hop Pole, Shoreditch, London

A tall, narrow street-corner pub just north of the City, that appears to have been converted into offices. The image on StreetView shows impressive “Truman, Hanbury & Buxton” lettering along the top of the facade, which is washed out on the photo.

The Chapel House

The Chapel House, Heaton Chapel, Lancashire

An impressive redbrick Edwardian pub, originally tied to Whitbread, that went through incarnations as the “Tut & Shive” and “Conor’s Bar” (as shown on StreetView) before recently being converted to a Tesco Express.

The King

The King, Newport, Monmouthshire

An imposing two-bay brick-built pub, possibly late Victorian or Edwardian, formerly known as the King of Prussia, on the eastern side of the Usk.

The Plymouth Grove

The Plymouth Grove, Brunswick, Manchester

A monumental early Victorian landmark pub with an ornate clock tower, once tied to Boddingtons, which has been closed and mouldering for many years.

The Angel

The Angel, Sparkbrook, Birmingham

A striking, tall, narrow street-corner pub from the Regency or early Victorian period, whose site seems to be in the process of being redeveloped around it as something else.

The De Trafford Arms

The De Trafford Arms, Croston, Lancashire

A pub near the station that at some point has had an ostentatious colonnaded frontage added to the original building. Still open on StreetView.

The White Lion

The White Lion, Withington, Manchester

An impressive Victorian corner pub with a prominent turret, that was closed and boarded for a number of years before recently becoming a Sainsbury’s Local, as shown in the second picture. The StreetView picture appears to have been taken in a deluge.