The Liver Inn

The Liver Inn, Rhydtalog, Denbighshire

Once a prominent landmark on the A5104 Chester-Corwen road, this pub closed in 2007, although it still looks in good condition on the 2009 StreetView image. The photo was taken in 2012 and it is now in a much sorrier state. There are plans to redevelop it as housing. In its latter days I recall it being owned by Hydes Brewery.

The Silver Springs

The Silver Springs, Denton, Lancashire

A handsome corner pub just north of the town centre next to the M67 motorway, which appears in the photo, taken on 2 January 2017, to have been freshly boarded up.

(My own picture)

The Four in Hand

The Four in Hand, Hattersley, Cheshire

A striking 1960s estate pub built in to one side of a tower block of flats, with the main drinking area on the first floor.

The Unity

The Unity, Stockport, Cheshire

A redbrick pub with attractive stonework prominently situated on the busy A6 right opposite the access road to Stockport station. It is believed that Robinson’s Brewery may still have plans to resurrect this one.

The Sozzled Sausage

The Sozzled Sausage, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire

A relatively modern opening on the town’s Market Place, previously called the Academy, that appears to have had a chequered career.

(My own picture)

The Myerscough

The Myerscough, Samlesbury, Lancashire

An attractive rural pub that has for a long been a prominent landmark on the A59 east of Preston. The fact that Robinson’s have removed their signgage suggests they have no plans to reopen it themselves, but it’s hard to believe that a pub cannot be viable in this location.

(My own picture)

The Bull’s Head

The Bull’s Head, Pensnett, Staffordshire

A medium-sized inter-wars pub situated next to a branch of the Stourbridge Canal. The image dates from 2009, but it was still disused in 2016, although showing signs of redevelopment.

The New Inn

The New Inn, Bradford, Yorkshire

A small stone-built pub left high and dry alongside the much widened Manchester Road dual carriageway.

The White Lion

The White Lion, Stockport, Cheshire

An exuberant Edwardian pub right in the town centre that has now been closed for a number of years with little sign of redevelopment.

(My own picture)

The Countess’s Arms

The Countess’s Arms, Weston Heath, Shropshire

A large roadside pub on the A41 south of Newport, that has obviously received considerable investment in the relatively recent past, but according to StreetView has been closed since at least 2009.

The Dane Valley

The Dane Valley, Margate, Kent

An impressive three-storey inter-wars estate pub on a housing estate on the south side of the town.

The Crown

The Crown, Inchbrook, Gloucestershire

A three-storey pub in a rather sorry state, situated on a sharp bend on the A46 on the fringes of the Cotswolds.

The Pheasant

The Pheasant, Welland, Worcestershire

A white-painted pub with a portico entrance prominently situated at a busy rural crossroads. Still looks very much open and inviting on StreetView.

The Railway

The Railway, Whitchurch, Shropshire

A distinctive Edwardian pub in an Arts and Crafts style standing on a busy crossroads halfway between the town centre and the station. It appears to have been converted to housing, but still carries some elements of Greenalls signage.

(My own picture)

The Becconsall

The Becconsall, Hesketh Bank, Lancashire

A large inter-wars roadhouse-style pub, still in Tetley livery, that seems somewhat incongruous well off the main roads in a West Lancashire village.