The Battle Inn

The Battle Inn, Reading, Berkshire

A white-painted street-corner pub on the western side of the town that has gone through various incarnations in recent years, including a spell as a Polish-themed bar called Gospoda.

The Black Greyhound

The Black Greyhound, Wincham, Cheshire

A large inter-wars roadhouse on a crossroads to the east of Northwich, that once had a reputation for upmarket food.

The Tramways Hotel

The Tramways Hotel, Sheffield, Yorkshire

A distinctive street-corner pub on the south side of the city centre close to Bramall Lane football ground. The corner shows an image of a post-war Sheffield tram. Apart from Blackpool, Sheffield was the last town or city in England to operate trams until their revival in recent years.

The Angel

The Angel, Bewdley, Worcestershire

A Brewers’ Tudor pub close to the bridge over the Severn, now converted to a Tesco Express. Surely there was no lack of footfall in this prime tourist location.

The Crown

The Crown, Leeds, Yorkshire

A large inter-wars pub with a tiled frontage on a corner site in the shadow of some tall blocks of flats, just a couple of doors down from the Beech. Now used as a dietary supplements shop.