The Crown & Sceptre

The Crown & Sceptre, Acol, Kent

A three-storey pub facing the green in the east Kent village that gives its name to a bidding system in bridge.

The Merchants Arms

The Merchants Arms, Bristol, Gloucestershire

A large inter-wars Art Deco pub on the north-east side of the city in the shadow of the M32, that most recently traded as a Hungry Horse.

The Whinmoor

The Whinmoor, Leeds, Yorkshire

A functional single-storey post-war pub on the Swarcliffe estate on the east side of the city.

The Great Western

The Great Western, Warwick

An ornate Victorian pub at the entrance to Warwick station, now an an advanced state of dereliction.

The Beech Hotel

The Beech Hotel, Leeds, Yorkshire

A compact 1930s pub in the Wortley district on the south-west side of the city, built in 1931 for the local Melbourne Brewery, later taken over by Tetley’s. The StreetView image dates from 2014, but fortunately it has since reopend and still merits a place on CAMRA’s National Inventory of historic pub interiors.