This large white-painted corner pub in a Derbyshire mining village makes a poignant sight in the Autumn sunshine.
A former Whitbread pub on the once heavily-pubbed Hillgate, which has been closed for a number of years. It recently has been boarded up following some alternative use, not directly from its time as a pub.
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A small roadside pub on the main road from Coventry to Banbury, near to the site of the former Rootes/Chrysler/Peugeot car plant, which appears in its last years to have become an Indian restaurant.
A modern roadside pub on the busy A34 near Kidsgrove, which changed its name from the Millstone a few years ago but does not seem to have prospered from its new identity, as reported here. I assume the pun in the name is deliberate. It still shows as being open on StreetView.
A small terraced pub on the Buxton road to the east of the town, which has been closed for a number of years and now presents a very sorry sight. There’s an interesting comment on WhatPub? – “No further details as the landlord does not want to go into a real ale guide. Presumably, he does not want your custom.”
An imposing three-storey brick-built pub on the main Leek Road in an area of retail and industrial premises to the north of Stoke-on-Trent city centre. It has recently been brought back into use as a pharmacy.