The Bridgefield Hotel

The Bridgefield Hotel, Leeds, Yorkshire

This is the first in a series of pubs in the East Leeds area of Cross Green submitted by local reader Kyle Reed. In recent years the area has been completely denuded of its pubs. There are some memories of better days here. It is an impressive triangular inter-wars pub with stone detailing on the facade.

The Shawes Arms

The Shawes Arms, Preston, Lancashire

An old pub in an attractive situation next to the bridge taking London Road over the River Ribble. After several years of closure, it is now going to be converted to an eatery.

The Squinting Cat

The Squinting Cat, Leeds, Yorkshire

Another characteristic post-war pub on the Swarcliffe estate on the eastern side of the city, fronted by an enormous car park. The image dates back to 2012 – it has since been replaced with, you’ve guessed it, flats.

The Royal George

The Royal George, Shifnal, Shropshire

This modern pub at the north end of the main street of this small Shropshire town has now been converted into a Co-op convenience store. Earlier images on StreetView show it still open as a pub.

The Crown

The Crown, Leeds, Yorkshire

A distinctive pub in the angle of two roads on the south-east edge of the city centre close to the Royal Armouries museum, which has been closed for many years. It stands in the shadow of an angular modern office building.

The Golden Lion Royal

The Golden Lion Royal, Dolgellau, Merioneth

A stone-built former two-star hotel in a back street in this rather dour little Welsh market town.

(My own picture)