This Sheffield pub used some rather risque slogans (and gimmicks) to draw in drinkers.
We've dug into the archives to find dozens of Sheffield bars no longer with us - how many of these did you used to drink in?
This bar on Glossop Road was the place to be seen in the 1980s. Hidden away under an arch near Pond's Forge, the pub was named after market porters. This Sheffield pub has been gone a long time This sprawling pub is sadly no longer with us. The building remains but the pub is no longer with us. This pub was a popular haunt for students and a popular stopping off point on pub crawls of the 80s and 90s. The pub was reduced to rubble, despite a lengthy campaign to save it. This Church Street hostelry was popular in the 80s and 90s. The bar boasted a glitzy and stylish interior. Yet another of Sheffield's bygone bars. Players, near Sheffield Arena, was a popular haunt ahead of concerts. Carbrook Hall, also near the Arena, was reputed to be one of Sheffield's most haunted pubs. The pub stood next to The Howard - but is now just open grassland. This was one of Sheffield's hottest bars in the 1980s. Another sprawling estate pub that called time. The dog-themed bar became a target for vandals - who gave the pub sign a tinker with to call it The Ass. Did you ever go for a pint in here? A traditional Sheffield bar no longer with us. Irish pubs - like O'Neill's and Scruffy Murphy's - were all the rage in the 1990s. Large roadside pubs like The Arbourthorne Hotel have drifted out of favour and closed in recent years. Further out of town, but still missed by many drinkers. This huge three storey Ward's pub proudly boasted the brewery's 'fine malt ales.' Many 90s pub crawls began in The Stone House. Can you recall having a pint in here? Pubs with names like these were also fashionable throughout the late 90s. Sheffield has lost dozens of city centre pubs over the years - do you remember this one? This pub suffered a devastating blaze - eventually bringing about its closure. Serving up beers called Floozy, Missionary and Slapper, its doubtful you'd get away with this today. Raising a glass - but The Plough is no longer here. The building remains but the pub is no longer with us. This was another place to be seen in Sheffield during the 80s and 90s with the trendy set. In the shadow of Park Hill flats, this pub was on the edge of the city centre. The Hillsborough pub was a popular sports bar and a haunt of football fans. This quaint Sheffield watering hole was always a popular spot in summer. Pictured here as The Raven, it was better known to many as a later incarnation, The Hornblower, complete with nautical stylings. Anyone remember drinking in this corner positioned Tetley pub? How many Sheffield pubs from the past can you tick off as having drunk in? Slogans dotted around the bar included 'grab yourself a Firkin slapper and try the Missionary.' Some familiar footballing faces inside the Arbourthorne Hotel in the late 80s, A rather sorry looking Market Tavern approaches the end of its days. A corner pub popular with generations of drinkers. A boarded up Wharncliffe Hotel - a sad reminder of a pub that's passed. The building remains but the pub has gone. Would pubs get away with slogans and gimmicks like this these days?