HOW many do you remember?

Over the years, many pubs have changed hands and closed down to make way for developments.

So, we thought we would roll back the years and dig out some nostalgic pictures to bring about some happy memories for residents of pubs gone by.

Warrington Guardian: The Manx Arms on Orchard Street - Picture: John Hillier-SmythThe Manx Arms on Orchard Street - Picture: John Hillier-Smyth

The Manx Arms, Orchard Street

Warrington Guardian: The Time Square on Bank Street was demolished in 2015 - Picture: John Hillier-SmythThe Time Square on Bank Street was demolished in 2015 - Picture: John Hillier-Smyth

The Time Square, Bank Street

Warrington Guardian: Dog and Dart on Knutsford Road pictured before it made way for apartments in the mid-2000sDog and Dart on Knutsford Road pictured before it made way for apartments in the mid-2000s

Dog and Dart, Knutsford Road

Warrington Guardian: The Railway on Mill Lane pictured after it was destroyed by a fire in 2011The Railway on Mill Lane pictured after it was destroyed by a fire in 2011

The Railway, Mill Lane

Warrington Guardian: The Brickmakers Arms on School Brow was known as The Road House in 2010. Picture source: John Hillier-SmythThe Brickmakers Arms on School Brow was known as The Road House in 2010. Picture source: John Hillier-Smyth

The Brickmakers Arms, School Brow

Warrington Guardian: The Golden Lion on Knutsford Road is now used as a furniture storeThe Golden Lion on Knutsford Road is now used as a furniture store

The Golden Lion, Knutsford Road

Warrington Guardian: Blackburne Arms in the Old Market Place pictured in 1978Blackburne Arms in the Old Market Place pictured in 1978

Blackburne Arms, Old Market Place

Warrington Guardian: The Horse and Jockey on Winwick RoadThe Horse and Jockey on Winwick Road

The Horse and Jockey, Winwick Road

Warrington Guardian: The Bay Horse on Winwick Street was mistakenly demolished in 2005The Bay Horse on Winwick Street was mistakenly demolished in 2005

The Bay Horse, Winwick Street

Warrington Guardian: The Glassmakers Arms on Battersby Lane was compulsory purchased as part of the Cockhedge Centre Development Picture: Bern O'DayThe Glassmakers Arms on Battersby Lane was compulsory purchased as part of the Cockhedge Centre Development Picture: Bern O'Day

The Glassmakers Arms, Battersby Lane

Warrington Guardian: The Blue Back Inn on Allen Road was demolished during the redevelopment of Warrington town centre. It was also known as The Old Blue Back Inn Picture: Keith HeesomThe Blue Back Inn on Allen Road was demolished during the redevelopment of Warrington town centre. It was also known as The Old Blue Back Inn Picture: Keith Heesom

The Blue Black Inn, Allen Road

Warrington Guardian: The Black Bear, on Knutsford Road, has since been converted into offices - Picture: Sue AdairThe Black Bear, on Knutsford Road, has since been converted into offices - Picture: Sue Adair

The Black Bear, Knutsford Road

Warrington Guardian: The Kingsway pub pictured back in 1994The Kingsway pub pictured back in 1994

The Kingsway, based on the junction of Kingsway South and Reynolds Street