The White Horse

The White Horse, Churton, Cheshire

A four-square Edwardian pub in a prosperous village south of Chester close to the River Dee. The asking price has been reduced by £150,000, but it is being suggested that the property would be suitable for alternative use.

The Waterwheel

The Waterwheel, Wigan, Lancashire

A remarkable pub occupying most of the ground floor of a thirteen-storey block of flats on the east side of the town centre. The block is still there, but is now protected by a gate and fence.

The Royal

The Royal, Shipley, Yorkshire

A four-square, brick-built pub with tall chimneys facing some functional early post-war flats on the south-east side of the town. It has since been replaced by a plain terrace of four modern houses.

The Dog & Partridge

The Dog & Partridge, High Lane, Cheshire

A substantial pub on the main A6 road through this well-populated village a few miles south-east of Stockport. For some years it was a Brewer’s Fayre, before making the journey down through the dining pub brands to end up a Crown Carvery.

The Ash Brow

The Ash Brow, Hddersfield, Yorkshire

A small stone-built street-corner pub alongside the main Bradford Road on the north side of the town. Now the Mumbai Spice Indian restaurant.

The Station

The Station, St Helen Auckland, Durham

A plain redbrick roadside pub in a village to the west o Bishop Auckland, which has been empty for over a decade, and which local residents are now describing as a monstrosity.

The Wilmot Arms

The Wilmot Arms, Borrowash, Derbyshire

A substantial pub in a village on the old main road between Derby and Nottingham, which suffered from a bad reputation and is now to be demolished and converted into two houses.

The Hobby Horse

The Hobby Horse, Leeds, Yorkshire

A modern estate-style pub built by John Smith’s on the north side of the city in the shadow of towering blocks of flats, now heavily graffitied.