This pub has had many names over they years, but currently sounds rather poetic.
Hugely popular in the nineties, this was a popular late venue, with an adjoining nightclub.
A question mark over this one.
Can you remember all the names it has had over the years?
Technically this picture shows a bit of a blank canvas, but the entrance underneath leads to a lovely bar, or why not have a meal?
Another blast from the past.
This one was a bit mucky over the years, wasn't it duck?
One for karaoke fans - do you recognise the roofline?
A royal connection for this Mansfield pub's name.
A popular Mansfield pub situated on a main road.
Can you recognise it from this small section of its photograph?
One from Shirebrook for number 10 - although now closed, this couldn't be beaten in its heyday.
A busy Mansfield pub popular with sports fans.
A favourite on bank holidays.
A Warsop pub for number 12 - was this your local?
Unlucky for some, number 13 is popular for football games and sunny days in Mansfield.
A once-popular pub which closed its doors for the final time 10 years ago
A Mansfield pub at a busy junction, serving carveries all day.
Can you recognise it?
This pub at Mansfield Woodhouse unfortunately closed down and is now used for something different entirely.
Whichever way you look at it, it was a loss for the area's nightlife.
A Mansfield Woodhouse pub with a colour in its name.
One from the past - it has been known by many names over the years, but how many ring a bell?
A Mansfield pub which boasts a 'Double Bombay Bird' on its food menu.
A Sutton-in-Ashfield pub this time, which way will you go?
1: The Brown Cow
2: The Town Mill
3: The Byron
4: The Yard
5: Andwhynot - previously Harveys and The Horse & Jockey
6: Black Swan
7: Market Inn
8: Queen's Head
9: Bold Forester
10: The New Drum
11: Sir John Cockle
12: The Swallows
13: The Swan
14: Early Doors
15: The Rufford
17: The Black Bull
18: The Old Eight Bells - also O'Neills, 53 Degrees North and Urban Cherry for the younger ones.
19: The Oak Tree
20: The Junction