A cream-painted pub in a large village in the Stour Valley in eastern Dorset. Plans have been lodged for conversion to residential use.
A street corner pub on the north-west side of the town near the town hall and station. On some earlier StreetView iterations it is called the Berkeley Arms, but the street it is on is Byrkley Street. The name comes from the site of a now demolished stately home to the west of the town, that once belonged to the Bass family and is now used as the St George’s Park National Football Centre.
A former Boddington’s pub spectacularly situated in the shadow of Stockport’s famous viaduct, that for many years was very successful as a multi-beer free house. It closed during the second lockdown, but hopefully there should be a good chance of it eventually reopening again.