An imposing Edwardian pub with a pair of mock half-timbered gables, that looks as though it once enjoyed a strong Rugby League following.
A massive estate pub on an extensive site by a roundabout, probably 1950s by the look of the surrounding housing. A sign of the times - and possibly part of the reason for its decline - is that it is to be converted into an Islamic centre.
A pub in a rather tucked-away location near the Dudley Canal that featured a bar made from the bow of a narrow boat. Shown in the process of conversion to flats – there are several pictures of it as a pub on Pubs Then and Now.
A boxy-looking pub with a possibly unique name, standing on a crossroads just north of the town in the Forest of Dean. Since the StreetView image was taken it has been demolished and replaced with new-build apartments.
One of three quayside pubs in a spectacular location underneath the two bridges over the Tamar, which in the past has obviously received investment in the form of the bow-windowed extension. In the StreetView image from 2009 the vegetation is much less overgrown. If you turn round on StreetView you will spot that the nearby Union Inn is painted with a giant Union Flag on the front.
(My own picture)