A substantial red-brick pub still bearing vestiges of Greenall’s livery, in an out-of-the-way location on the north-west side of the town opposite a long-closed station.
The StreetView image from 2009 shows an attractive small end-terrace Marston’s pub, which sadly has now been converted for residential use, although still retaining the embossed sign panel on the front wall to show its origins.
A free-standing pub in an area on the south side of the city currently undergoing redevelopment. The trendy lettering obviously wasn’t enough to save it. It was owned for a number of years by former Leeds United football Peter Lorimer, who sadly died recently.
An impressive pub built in 1938 by the Rochdale & Manor Brewery that was later taken over by Samuel Smith – the rocks blocking the entrance are a trademark of that firm. It features on CAMRA’s National Inventory. It had actually closed before the 2020 lockdown.
This small street-corner pub on the west side of the town closed in the middle of 2019 and has now been converted to flats.