Whether its pubs being knocked down to be turned into housing developments or flats or renovated into restaurants, we've taken a look back at some of Windsor's long lost pubs.

Over the years, some of our much-loved locals are no more and sadly many of us would have enjoyed having a drink there to this day.

The pubs listed below were documented on lostpubs.co.uk. 

You can see a full list here.

The Hand & Glove

Royal Borough Observer:

The Hand & Glove was situated at 2 Alexandra Road. This pub is now used as a Chinese restaurant.

The Adam & Eve 

Royal Borough Observer:

The Adam & Eve was situated at 29 Thames Street. Now in use as a Thai restaurant.

The Bell

Royal Borough Observer:

The Bell was situated on Dedworth Road.

Bricklayers Arms

Royal Borough Observer:

The Bricklayers Arms was situated on Hatch Lane. This pub closed in September 2012 and demolished in May 2013.

The Bakers Tavern

Royal Borough Observer:

The Bakers Tavern was situated at 32 Peascod Street. Previously known as The Bull Hotel it has now been converted to a Morrisons store.

The Why Not 

Royal Borough Observer:

The Why Not was situated on Oxford Road. This pub has now been demolished.

Stag & Hounds

Royal Borough Observer:

The Stag & Hounds was situated at 302 St Leonards Road. This pub has now been converted to a house called 'The Stag'.

The Crispin

Royal Borough Observer:

The Crispin was situated at 56 Grove Road. This pub closed in 2016.