The Fytton Arms

The Fytton Arms, Oldham, Lancashire

A typical post-war pub on the Fitton Hill estate on the south side of the town, now looking forlorn and roofless.

The Wakefield Arms

The Wakefield Arms, Wakefield, Yorkshire

A cream-painted three-strey pub next to Wakefield Kirkgate, the less busy of the city’s two stations. It has been in a derelict and steadily deterioriating condition for many years.

The Knot

The Knot, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire

Built in 1911, a free-standing, white-painted pub on the main shopping street with some interesting architectural details. It has since been demolished but nothing so far put in its place.

The Kingsholme

The Kingsholme, Nuneaton, Warwickshire

A handsome mock-Tudor pub just outside the town’s inner ring road, still bearing Ansell’s livery. Originally called the Coach & Horses. Be careful not to jump the red light!

The Lord Cardigan

The Lord Cardigan, Leeds, Yorkshire

A functional modern pub standing high above a busy road junction on the western side of the city. The large unused grassed area must have increased the attraction of the site for redevelopment as the housing which it has since become.