The Fleece

The Fleece, North Cotes, Lincolnshire

A substantial mock-Tudor roadside pub in a small village a few miles south of Grimsby, once tied to Hewitts Brewery. Still open on the StreetView image, which has not been updated since 2010.

The Criterion

The Criterion, Gloucester

A long-closed Georgian pub on a side street just south of the city centre.

(My own picture)

The Mermaid

The Mermaid, Handforth, Cheshire

A typical 1960s pub on a Manchester overspill estate just over the Cheshire boundary, which backs on to the main railway line between Stockport and Wilmslow.

The Seven Stars

The Seven Stars, Helston, Cornwall

An old pub on the broad, sloping Coinagehall Street which has streams of fresh water flowing down either side. WhatPub describes it as mainly appealing to a younger clientele, but it seems that it was unable to complete agains the nearby Blue Anchor, the historic home-brew house, which is just a few doors down, and the new Wetherspoon’s opposite.

(My own picture)