The Nag’s Head, Bridge Trafford – originally a Greenalls pub
The Helsby Arms, Helsby – originally the “Brown Cow”, this was built to coincide with the opening of the A5117 Chester By-Pass road, which revolutionised road travel to the North Wales coast. Developed by one of Bass’ predecessor companies (possibly Bents of Liverpool)
The Red Lion, Eaton – another former Greenalls pub, replacing an older pub in the village centre
The Legs of Man, Arclid – typical of a number of Robinson’s 1930s developments
The common architectural theme, with prominent tiled gables, is very obvious.