These pubs either stand empty or have been demolished but for many will always evoke happy times or a sense of community and belonging.
Yet, with the cost of living crisis showing no signs of ending and energy bills still skyrocketing we are in danger of losing more.
Over the years, we’ve seen many much-loved pubs close their doors but they’ve not been forgotten. Here, we show you some of the city’s favourite pubs that are no longer open for a pint.
5. The New Copplehouse
The New Copplehouse was once a thriving pub, but was sadly demolished in 2013. The site is now home to an ALDI store. Photo: Reptonix/Wikimedia
6. The Chatham
The former on the corner of Harbord Street and Overbury Street, Edge Hill is now empty. Photo: Wikimedia
7. The Green Man
The Green Man, Vauxhall Road, sadly shut down and was later demolished. It featured in Boys From The Blackstuff. The site is now home to student accommodation. Photo: Third party
8. The Salisbury
The Salisbury, Everton, was a much-loved pub by football fans. It was demolished. Photo: Google Street View