HERE are our readers’ picks of the pubs which no longer exist that they would have a pint in.

1 The Haydon, Shaftoe Street, Haydon Bridge

John Taylor said he would choose The Haydon nostalgic for their Yorkshire puddings and pints on a Sunday afternoon. His comment got many reactions and several replies, which included Daniel Jackson’s response: “With the occasional otter swimming around outside the window.”

2 The Hare and Hounds, Allendale

Voted by several readers, the Grade II listed building was converted into housing and is now a holiday cottage with amenities nearby.

3 The Fox and Hounds, Whitley Chapel

Known to locals as The Clickem Inn, The Fox and Hounds was fondly remembered by readers including John Howden, who said: “Always the Click-em-inn at Whitley Chapel (Fox & Hounds). My local and where I met my beautiful wife.”

4 The Railway Inn, Fourstones

The Railway Inn was fondly remembered by several readers. Applications were submitted to the council to transform the pub into housing, which were refused by the council in May 2020.

5 The Grey Bull, Haltwhistle

The pub has been converted into a bed and breakfast which has a five star TripAdvisor rating review, from over 200 customer reviews.

6 The Spotted Cow, Haltwhistle

Several readers voted for both the Grey Bull and the Spotted Cow in Haltwhistle. Catherine Nicholson Banks said: “The Grey Bull and The Spotted Cow in Haltwhistle, had some fab nights in both.”

7 Bridge End pub, Ovingham

The historic pub weathered events for three centuries, but was forced to close after Storm Desmond caused catastrophic floods in 2015.

8 The Salmon, Holystone

Located on the edge of Northumberland National Park, the pub has been turned into a private residence. The 17th century building also stood on the site of an old Priory for nuns.

9 The Tynedale, Corbridge

Situated at Corbridge Market Place, The Tynedale is now a teashop.

10 Fox and Hounds, West Woodburn

Sonya Wright said: “Fox & Hounds West Woodburn. I worked and drank there in my teens. Best owners of any pub in our area.” Paul Hutton agreed and said: “Best pub in Northumberland.”