Duke William pub, Stoke-on-Trent is a Grade ll listed public house it was built in 1929 and is listed in 2015 by Historic England.
The Rose and Crown, Stoke Newington: Built in 1930 - this refined and stately building has.
Rose and Crown, Stoke Newington, London It is one of only a few pubs to still have a special ceiling made of Vitrolite - an opaque pigmented glass used to try to defy the notion that pubs were dingy.
Royal Oak pub, east London Just a mile or so away, The Royal Oak has the famous Columbia Road Flower Market on its doorstep - and it too has a Vitrolite ceiling.
Gatehouse pub, Norwich In Norwich, the Gatehouse - pictured below - was built in 1934 in the Arts and Crafts style. There is a chequered pattern on its curved wall - made of flints alternating with pressed concrete blocks.
Golden Heart pub, Spitalfields, London The Golden Heart at Spitalfields in east London was built in 1936 - just down the road from Truman's Black Eagle Brewery on Brick Lane.
The Black Horse, Birmingham: This grand pub built in 1929 and dubbed by pioneering travel .
Bar beauty from the inter-war years - a look at some of the latest pubs across England to be granted listed status.
The Daylight Inn, Bromley: Built in 1935 and named after local resident William Willett who campaigned for daylight saving, this Kent pub's future is protected forever after it was listed
Duke William bar, Stoke-on-Trent When it was rebuilt in 1929 - in addition to the curved wooden bar pictured below - the Duke William in Stoke-on-Trent featured ladies toilets for the first time.
The Gatehouse, Norwich: Picture here just after it was built in the and the building.
The White Hart, Grays, Essex: Built in 1938 by Charringtons brewery- one of the most proli.