Here are 24 lost Derbyshire pubs and bars - how many have you enjoyed a drink in?

Last orders may have been called on some of these pubs years ago but which of these closed pubs can you remember?

Saturday, 26th September 2020, 3:00 pm
The Furnace Inn was situated on Derby Road and is now used as a Chinese restaurant, following closure in 2003. Publican in 1871 and 1881 was William Clough.
The Furnace Inn was situated on Derby Road and is now used as a Chinese restaurant, following closure in 2003. Publican in 1871 and 1881 was William Clough.

Over the years so many pubs have closed but here are 24 pictures to take you back to the bar.

Over the coming months we will try and cover as many closed Derbyshire pubs as we can so bare with us if you can’t see your favourite jaunt just yet

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The Spread Eagle was situated on the corner of Campbell Road and New Road. This pub closed in the mid 1990s and is now used as a Chinese restaurant.
The Alma was situated on Derby Road. This pub opened in 1949, built on the site of a pub of the same name. It closed in 1997. It was demolished in 1998 to make way for an entertainment complex.
The Angel was situated on Castle Street and is now used as an antiques shop.
The Kings Arms was situated on the corner of Matlock Street and Granby Road. This pub was present by 1828 and was closed and demolished in 1974 as part of a scheme to widen the A6. The site is now occupied by shops and flats named Royal Oak Place.
The West View Hotel was situated at Town End. This pub has now been demolished and replaced by housing.
The Cross Keys was situated at Town End, having closed in 2010.
The White Swan was situated on the Market Place.
The Bakers Arms was situated at 26 West Road. This pub closed in 2008 and has now been converted into two small house. Publican in the 1970s/1980s was Nick Munslow.
The George Hotel was situated on The Square. This grade-II listed pub was built c.1770 and closed in October 2007 when the publican was Mike Jordan.
The Prince Of Wales was situated at 3 Fairfield Close. This Marstons house closed in 2011
The White Lion was situated on Holker Avenue. This pub closed c.2011.
The Bulls Head was situated on the Market Place. The publican in 1899 was Isabella Gosling.
The Black Horse closed in 1981 and was demolished to make way for the A61 bypass. Situated on Sheffield Road. The picture shows Elijah Sharpe, publican around the time of WWI.
Pictured here in the 1930s The Anchor was situated on the junction of St Mary's Gate and Lordship Street. The publican in 1899 was Alfred Rodgers.
The Falcon was situated at 13 Low Pavement. This pub opened in the 16th century and closed in the 19th century. It is now used by the Barnsley Building Society.
The Devonshire Arms was situated on Holywell Street. This pub closed in 1957 and was demolished in 1960 to make way for a car park. Publican in 1899 was Mary Hadfield. Picture taken in the 1940s
The Hare & Greyhound was situated on St Marys Gate. This pub was also known as The Greyhound, The Hare & Hounds, and latterly The Saints. It closed in 1994 and is now used as a community centre.
The Queens Head Hotel was situated at 1 Knifesmithgate. This pub is now used as a gentlemans club.
The Cromwell Hotel was situated at 77 Dale Road.
The Crown was situated at the junction of Bank Road and Bakewell Road. This pub is now used as building society offices.
The Gate Hotel was situated at 72 Smedley Street. This pub is now used as a cafe.
The Cross Daggers Inn was situated on Commercial Road. This pub has now been demolished with new housing built on the site.
Home > Derbyshire > Whaley Bridge > Coach & Horses Coach & Horses Picture source: Google Streetview The Coach and Horses was situated on Start Lane which was once the main road between Macclesfield and Whaley Bridge This road incorporated a very steep climb from Kishfield Bridge in Kettleshulme up to Start Lane. In 1770 work started to build a turnpike road along the route of the current B5470 to make the journey much more comfortable for horse drawn traffic. The Coach and Horses no longer had sufficient passing trade and was closed after the opening of the new turnpike road. The Innkeeper in 1791 was Henry Johnson. The original building on Start Lane is now a private dwelling