The Horse & Lion

The Horse & Lion, Sheffield

A distinctive modern pub in an elevated position next to the tram route on the south side of the city, which apparently once appeared in an Arctic Monkeys video. It has since been converted to a convenience store

The Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf, Heacham, Norfolk

An inter-wars Brewer’s Tudor pub in a coastal village just south of Hunstanton, that has since been converted to a Tesco Express.

The Red Lion

The Red Lion, Bucknall, Staffordshire

A substantial free-standing pub in a rather out-of-the-way location on the eastern fringes of Stoke-on-Trent. Local residents are not happy with plans to replace it with sheltered accommodation for young adults with “complex needs”.

The White Stag

The White Stag, Leeds, Yorkshire

An unusual-looking pub, rather reminiscent of a chapel, set back from the road in the Sheepscar district on the north side of the city centre. It has since been demolished, but plans to replace it with flats fell through and the site is now just used as a car park.

The Brierfield Hotel

The Brierfield Hotel,Bolton, Lancashire

A large detached mock-Tudor pub in a leafy area on the north side of the town. It has since been demolished and there are plans to build a mosque on the site.

The Travellers Rest

The Travellers Rest, Leekbrook, Staffordshire

A large inter-wars roadhouse a couple of miles south of Leek on the main road to Stone. This isn’t really a major arterial route, and it’s difficult to understand why such an impressive pub was ever built in this semi-rural location.

(My own photo)

The Malvern

The Malvern, Leeds, Yorkshire

A modern pub on the south side of the city in the Beeston district with a distinctive stone surround to the door, since converted to a convenience store.

The Red Lion

The Red Lion, Sutton, Staffordshire

A redbrick roadside pub close to the Shropshire border on the A519 between Eccleshall and Newport, still displaying a Banks’s sign. Although not actually boarded up, the car park has been fenced off.