The Green Man was a pub located in Loughborough, Leicestershire, that closed down sometime back in 1993. However, even though the memories of this place slowly faded from people’s minds, the pub itself managed to remain almost perfectly frozen in time!

Recently, photos taken inside the abandoned pub started going viral, and its interior still looks almost the same way it did when the pub closed its doors 27 years ago!

The Green Man was a pub located in Loughborough, Leicestershire

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

One of the most unique things about the pub is its location – it’s located in the basement of current-day Carillon Court shopping center. The entrance to The Green Man was walled off during renovations, turning it into a real-life time capsule.

Most people seem to have forgotten about the pub’s existence – but not Stephen Ashurst, Karen Ette, Melinda Ingram, and Donna Shepherd, a group of friends who wrote a novel about The Green Man, titled Green Man’s Dark Secret.

One of the most unique things about the pub is its location and entrance

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

The Green Man was built in an underground part of the current-day Carillon Court shopping center

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

To enter the pub, you had to climb down a hatch, much like entering some sort of fallout shelter. Some people say that a proper entrance wasn’t built simply because it was too expensive to do so.

The entrance to The Green Man was recently opened and what people people found inside shocked them – if not for all the dust, the place looked like its patrons had just left, with empty pints and bags of peanuts still left on the tables.

The entrance to the pub was walled off during renovations

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

This was no ordinary pub – its walls are decorated with intricate murals and impressive medieval arches, making it look more like a castle hall rather than your local dive bar.

However, the inside of the pub remained perfectly frozen in time with pints and packs of peanuts still on the tables

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Even though numerous developers have shown interest in the pub, no actions were taken to revive it

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

See more pictures of this perfectly preserved pub below!

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

Image credits: BPM Media / Andy Baker

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