The White Horse

The White Horse, Sheffield, Yorkshire

A large modern pub on the main A61 road north out of the city where, bizarrely, one half has been turned into a Pizze Hut takeaway while the other half remains boarded up.

The New Talbot

The New Talbot, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire

A substantial street-corner pub in an area of terraced housing on the south-west side of the town, now converted to flats but still bearing its Marston’s lettering. The StreetView image shows it in Marston’s livery.

The Flora Hotel

The Flora Hotel, West Kilburn, London

A monumental former Irish pub in West London, backing on to the Regent’s Canal, wearing the Taylor Walker livery revived by Allied Breweries in the 1980s.

The Bridgewater Hotel

The Bridgewater Hotel, Hollinwood, Lancashire

Once a showpiece pub for Holts, built about thirty years ago behind the previous pub of the same name that had to be demolished for road widening. Previously noted for its carvery. It is reported as having been sold subject to contract for a guide price of £800,000.

The Elephant & Castle

The Elephant & Castle, Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire

A small pub at the west end of the town’s High Street, colloquially referred to as Nellie’s, which has been demolished since the StreetView image was captured. The removal of the signage shows it was previously called Galbraith’s. I learned about one this from Tandleman’s blog.

The Rising Sun

The Rising Sun, Woodville, Derbyshire

A small village pub in a former coal-mining district, which failed to reopen after the first 2020 lockdown and now appears to be up for sale for residential use.

The Magnet

The Magnet, York

A compact inter-wars pub in the Banker’s Classical style in the eastern suburbs of the city. Presumably the name derives from its original ownership by John Smith’s brewery.