A modern estate-style roadside pub under “Heritage” branding, since demolished.
An attractive country pub in a quiet location south-east of Uttoxeter. Oddly, on the StreetView image, taken in 2009, it appears that the wing nearest the camera is in the process of being rebuilt from the ground up. Sadly the pub does not seem to have lasted long in its new guise.
A stone-built pub on the main road through this small town, still open on StreetView. It appears to be in the middle of a busy shopping area. It is in John Smiths’ livery but the brewer’s name has been painted over.
A small cream-washed pub just off the large green of this surprisingly picturesque village, which still looks quite appealing on StreetView but certainly doesn’t now.
For a change, a closed and boarded club, in an area where many pubs have also closed. Note the “Casino Lounge” on the right. While this may not seem promising territory for a Conservative Club, in fact Lancashire had a strong tradition of working-class Toryism.
Just round the corner from the New Inn, this small back-street pub also closed around the turn of the millennium, but in contrast the building has not been put to any good use and remains derelict.
An attractive village pub with double bay windows, which closed last year, and is now being converted into a private house. Taking on the functions of the village shop, as shown on the second picture, was obviously not enough to save it.
A distinctive free-standing street-corner pub that has had all its signage removed since being pictured on StreetView.