A handsome, four-square white-painted pub prominently situated in a village on the main road between Preston and Blackburn.
A relatively modest 1930s mock-Tudor pub, originally the Cooper’s Arms, set back from the road on a housing estate to the west of the town. The extensive site must have considerable potential for residential development.
A small back street pub that, when it closed in 2019, was the last pub in the village. It has now been converted for residential use – the StreetView image shows it in mock-Tudor livery, a striking contrast with its current appearance.
A familiar landmark on the road between Pickering and Whitby across the North York Moors, it was noted for having a fire continuously burning for over two hundred years. It closed in 2008 and, after various attempts to redevelop it fell through, was finally demolished in 2018.