The Furnham Inn

The Furnham Inn, Cnard, Somerset

A white-painted pub on the north side of the town whose owners have been trying without success to sell it since 2013. Although it stands on a main road, the Google cameras have not been that way since 2009, so it still shows as open on StreetView.

The Kiln

The Kiln, Leeds, Yorkshire

Another modern estate-style pub in the shadow of tower blocks on the north side of the city centre, still bearing John Smith’s livery.

The Dog & Partridge

The Dog & Partridge, Standish, Lancashire

A small four-square pub just to the west of the crossroads at the centre of the village. The premises have now been taken over by a gunsmith’s, and the sign fittingly reads “Dog & Cartridge”.

The Cock’n’Bull

The Cock’n’Bull, Derby

A large inter-wars pub in the Sinfin district on the southern side of the city, it was originally built in 1934 as the Sinfin Hotel, and later renamed as the Saxon. Demolished between 2012 and 2014, there are now plans to build a Sikh temple on the site.

The Gate

The Gate, Leeds, Yorkshire

A post-war estate pub in the typical location next to a parade of shops. It has since been demolished but the site remains vacant. It is located close to the Fellmongers in the Seacroft district on the eastern side of the city.

The Flying Horse

The Flying Horse, Leek, Staffordshire

A small roadside pub that for many years was a familiar landmark on the outskirts of the town alongside the main road to Ashbourne. It is to be demolished to make way for five houses.

The Lord Nelson

The Lord Nelson, Leeds, Yorkshire

Another pub in the Holbeck district on the south side of the city. It was demolished in the early 2010s, but the site remains undeveloped.

The Jester

The Jester, Tunstall, Staffordshire

A large pub dating from 1957 on the main road between Tunstall and Biddulph, which has recently been bulldozed. The site is to be redeveloped for up to 14 houses.

The Levers Arms

The Levers Arms, Darcy Lever, Lancashire

A distinctive white-painted building raised above the road in a village to the east of Bolton. Planning permission has been granted to replace it with a three-storey block of eight flats.