The Globe

The Globe, Weedon, Northamptonshire

A substantial pub-cum-hotel in this large village close to the Grand Union Canal, once the location of a major ordnance depot. It has since become a Tesco Express.

The British Oak

The British Oak, Stanley, Yorkshire

A substantial stone-built inter-wars pub situated on the north side of Wakefield near to Pinderfields Hospital. It appears to be in the characteristic house style of Bass predecessors Hammond’s. It is close to the much older, but still busy, Graziers Inn.

The Bernard Arms

The Bernard Arms, Great Kimble, Buckinghamshire

A roadside pub in a leafy setting in the shadow of the Chilterns on the main road between Aylesbury and Princes Risborough. It appears to be an inter-wars rebuilding of an older pub. One of the closest pubs to Chequers, it has in the past played host to Prime Ministers and Presidents, but that wasn’t enough to save it.

The Charlton Arms

The Charlton Arms, Wellington, Shropshire

A former coaching inn that once belonged to Greenall’s Wem subsidiary, situated in a Shropshire market town now subsumed within Telford. Later images on StreetView suggest that it has been converted to residential use.

The Crofter’s Arms

The Crofter’s Arms, Bolton, Lancashire

An imposing pub in the angle of two roads, remodelled by local brewers Magee Marshall in the 1920s and still bearing their initials on the gable. It later became the Moghul’s Palace restaurant, but has now been derelict for some years.

The Double Gloucester

The Double Gloucester, Gloucester

A massive inter-wars suburban pub on the eastern side of the city, taking its name from the county’s eponymous cheese, and now in the process of residential redevelopment.