You can still find an old packet of peanuts, and dozens of empty glasses at the Green Man, though nobody has poured a beer there for decades.
The disused pub still has a bar and murals of knights and castles on the walls.
If you want to explore it though, you’ll find that difficult.
That’s because it’s walled up, hidden underneath a shopping centre in Leicestershire.
The outside of Carillon Court doesn’t give any indication that people used to get rowdy over a few pints on a Friday night:
But the pub, which closed in 1993, is still there and much of the bar remains intact to this day.
The bar and benches are still there, along with giant murals painted by artist David Parry.
It was closed 25 years ago and its doors were later walled up during renovation work at Loughborough’s Carillon Court.
Back in 2011, Baljit Kooner, Carillon Court manager, added: ‘Developers looked at it a couple of years ago, but they were put off by the cost.
‘At the moment the pub trade is declining.
‘Lots of them seem to be being bought by Tesco to make them into Express stores.
‘But I don’t think even Tesco would want to put a shop down there. The whole place looks like a castle inside, the pictures are very impressive.
‘It is also pretty clean as well – there are not as many cobwebs as you’d think.’