These are 10 Sheffield pubs which have closed down over the years – how many do you remember?
1. The Yorkshire Grey, Charles Street
Closed in 2006, the Yorkshire Grey was on Charles Street and was first opened in 1833. The site is now home to a car park.
Photo: Lee Stacey
2. The Wapentake, Cambridge Street
Located on Cambridge Street, The Wapentake was once a popular music spot with rock n’ roll lovers. It closed down in 2000.
3. Matilda Tavern, Matilda Street
Since closing down in 2005, the Matilda Tavern has become a site for street artists to run wild. There has been some interest in trying to redevelop the pub but it currently remains closed.
Photo: © Glyn Baker (cc-by-sa/2.0)
4. The Albert, Division Street
Closing in 1988, The Albert on Division Street was once a popular drinking spot in the area.
Photo: © P L Chadwick (cc-by-sa/2.0)