The Puffing Billy

The Puffing Billy, Smethwick, Staffordshire

A post-war estate-style pub in a back street location close to the Birmingham border. Its licence was revoked following a fatal stabbing in 2015, and there are now plans to demolish the derelict building, presumably for redevelopment as housing.

The Skinners Arms

The Skinners Arms, Leeds, Yorkshire

A substantial Jacobean-style pub alongside a widened main road on the north side of the city, next to what looks like a row of back-to-back houses.

The Downsman

The Downsman, Hove, Sussex

A cottage-style inter-wars pub with a steeply-pitched roof and dormer windows, in an estate on the north side of the town close to the South Downs. It has since been demolished to be replaced by housing.

The Wagon & Horses

The Wagon & Horses, Oldham, Lancashire

A mock-Tudor pub on the edge of the town heading out on the main road towards Ripponden and Halifax. It later went through various incarnations as as Asian restaurant, as shown on the picture, but has since been demolished and replaced by housing.

The Allan Fold

The Allan Fold, King Cross, Yorkshire

A substantial stone-built pub to the south-west of Halifax commanding a view over the Calder Valley. It later reopend as the Hills View Hotel before closing again. The building next door with a pub-type sign but resembling a Victorian school is the King Cross Working Men’s Club.