AS lockdown deepens many of us are missing our local pub.

But many York pubs are long gone - never to return.

Recently, we wrote about 10 pubs we all miss - and asked readers to share which locals they are sad to see disappear.

We were inundated with responses - so here's a little trip down memory lane, recalling some of our favourite pubs of yesteryear...

Many replies were posted in our new nostalgia social media group, Why We Love York - Memories, on Facebook. If you would like to join the group click here - we'd love to see your photos and hear your stories of York.

Garry Moody kicked us off with a whopper of a list: "Market Tavern, Londesboro, Half Moon, Crown, Tiger, Spotted Cow, Lord Nelson, Cattle Market, Frog Hall, John Bull, Cygnet."

York Press: The Magnet, Osbaldwick LaneThe Magnet, Osbaldwick Lane

Dawn Green posted: "Only recently closed, but the Magnet on Osbaldwick Lane was my childhood, teenage years and adulthood and was a fantastic community hub for us all. Now just sat rotting away."

Daniel James named a couple too: Bridge Hotel Huntington Road and The Cygnet "my all-time lock-in central den of iniquity!".

Angela Harrison missed some favourites from The Groves: "Castle Howard Ox Magpie and Reindeer, all Groves".

Paul Hallett said: "The Imperial, Kingsway North - sadly gone forever".

York Press: The Melbourne, formerly in Cemetery Road, YorkThe Melbourne, formerly in Cemetery Road, York

Lee Jason Moran missed a fair few too: the Melbourne, Cemetery Road; and the INL at the back of Walmgate; Davy Jones Locker, Piccadilly; Gimcrack, Fulford Road; Spotted Cow, Barbican Road, where he added he'd enjoyed "some great band nights".

Fiona McManaman missed The Bonding Warehouse, although she acknowledged it was "more of a bar".

Warren Bone listed a few: Brewers Arms, Railway King and Great Northern.

What pubs do you miss - and why? Send your photos and memories to us via the Send Now button below.

And for more pubs nostalgia click here to join Why We Love York - Memories on Facebook.