A white-painted roadside pub on the long hill climbing up to Clee Hill village.
A big 1930s (or maybe even 1950s) pub, still in Whitbread livery, situated amongst postwar flats close to the Bridgewater Canal. It has been demolished since the 2012 StreetView image was taken.
Four-square pub on the main road west out of Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent’s “city centre”, which once had a good reputation for food. Now looking rather lost amongst the surrounding retail sheds.