(See Part 1 for info and scoring system. The scores reveal at least as much about the pubs as the comments.)
Selby Canal and River Ouse
JUG, Chapel Haddlesey (Jun 2, 29, Aug 26) 3+4+7=14 A good village local which perhaps needs more imagination. Not busy on a Friday night, and closes early evening Mondays.
(2016 - 3+4+9=16 Went out of their way to help me)
WHEATSHEAF, Burn (Jul 1, 2) 5+4+8=17 Friendly pub crammed with interesting features, including local airfield memorabilia. GBG
GREY HORSE, Brayton (Aug 11) 3+3+8=14 Pleasantly peaceful refurbished local with books and no music.
SWAN, Brayton (Sept 2) 2+3+6=11 Large, bright, open but rather cold and cheerless bar. The cheapest this year.
DOG HOUSE, Selby (June 30) 5+3+6=14 Trendy 'Craft Beer Cafe', outlet for Little Black Dog Brewery. Beer mediocre, so went to:
GEORGE, Selby (June 30) 2+3+5=10 Large town pub next to the Abbey, with traditional unimaginative attitude, lots of tellys (even outside) but no crisps.
NELSON, Selby (July 9) 2+4+6=12 Basic little local near the canal basin, rather ruined for me by deafening jukebox, but I suppose this isn't on all the time. GBG
GIANT BELLFLOWER, Selby (Aug 8 ) 5+4+7=16 A superior Wetherspoons, in fact probably the best pub in Selby. Much bigger than it looks. Lots of botanical prints. GBG
ABBEY VAULTS, Selby (Aug 10) 3+4+6=13 Wood-panelled retro interior. Trying to be a mini Wetherspoons.
OLYMPIA, Barlby (Aug 25) 5+4+7=15 Large open plan brewpub with a good selection of its own beers (Jolly Sailor) and welcoming friendly service. 10 mins walk across Selby road bridge.
GREYHOUND, Riccall (Aug 19) 5+4+7=16 Comfortable if unremarkable village pub, not accessible from the river, but excellent Selby - York bus service passes the door. GBG
BLACKSMITH'S ARMS, Naburn (July 28) 4+3+6=13 Food-oriented and full of kids. Service efficient but bleak. Expensive. Extensive collection of saucy postcards in the Gents a slight redeeming feature.
SHIP, Acaster Malbis (July 10) 4+4+8=16 Large attractive riverside pub with substantial pontoon moorings, Welcoming atmosphere and cheerful staff. But CLOSED MONDAYS. GBG
EAGLE & CHILD, York (July 11) 5+4+6=15 Fairly new city centre pub with prices to match, but not outstanding.
YORK TAP, York (July 11) 5+4+7=16 The York station bar. Geared up for a busy throughput, but quiet in the evening. 17 cask beers and 2 ciders.
BLUE BELL, York (July 12) 5+5+9=19 Really old-fashioned small bar and back room. No music, telly, juke box, fruit machines, kids or mobile phones. Cash only. Welcomes all dogs and most people, but not large groups. Great at quiet times, but can get crammed, I believe. GBG
MINSTER INN, York (July 12, Aug 5) 5+4+7=16 Near the Museum Garden moorings, up Marygate. Good beer selection, but expensive.
SHAMBLES BAR, York (July 25) 5+3+7=15 Tiny bar and back room extending through to the market covered outdoor area - blankets provided!
LAST DROP INN, York (July 25) 3+3+6=12 Basic bar, the York Brewery tap, but in the process of being taken over by Brew York, so in transition. Beer warm.
BRIGANTES, York (July 26) 5+3+7=15 Large noisy restaurant and bar near the station. Prices not justified for area and ambience. GBG
CORNER PIN, York (July 27) 3+4+6=13 Backstreet local found when looking for somewhere to sit down on a York Races Saturday evening. Too noisy to even tell if there was any music.
HOUSE OF TREMBLING MADNESS, York (July 29) 3+5+8=16 Small 'ancient' drinking hall above a bottle shop, hidden to avoid being besieged - I couldn't find it at first. Full of strange beasts. Good staff. This is the one in Stonegate, not the much more obvious but not anywhere near as good Lendal one.
TANK & PADDLE, York (Aug 5) 3+4+5=12. Large modern establishment which I went into by mistake after a difficult mooring at King's Staithe opposite. The most expensive this year.
SLIP INN, York (Aug 6) 5+4+8=17 Unpretentious neighbourhood local with a good beer choice, pleasant atmosphere and cheerful service. Not overpriced for the city. GBG
PHOENIX, York (Aug 7) 5+5+8=18. Blessedly quiet old-fashioned slightly shabby pub just within the city walls - well-defended! GBG
SWAN, York (Aug 9) 5+5+8=18 Lovely little old-fashioned pub near the SLIP INN. Public bar with serving hatch, and 'smoke room' opening off wide corridor bar. Not expensive GBG
DAWNAY ARMS, Newton-on-Ouse (July 24) 3+4+8=15 Attractive old riverside inn, food-oriented but with proper stone flagged bar. Tiny pontoon mooring at the bottom of the garden. (Confusingly, there is another Dawnay Arms in a nearby village which is in the GBG)
Ure Navigation & Ripon Canal
BLACK BULL, Boroughbridge (July 13) 1+3+7=11 A big disappointment (GBG 2019). Lovely traditional old coaching inn apparently under caretaker management.
GRANTHAM ARMS, Boroughbridge (July 13) 3+3+7=13 The nearest to the moorings. Very food-oriented, but several rooms to hide in, with pics of Boroughbridge in its Great North Road heyday.
ANCHOR,, Longthorpe (July 23) 3+4+6=13 Very ordinary roadside pub rather spoiled by annoying music.
ONE-EYED RAT, Ripon (July 14) 5+4+8=17 Deceptively small frontage. A very exciting visit - the World Cup Cricket final! GBG
UNICORN, Ripon (July 15) 5+4+7=16 A 17th Century Wetherspoons! On the attractive Town Square, with lots of local interest and intriguingly mixed shabby furniture.
WATER RAT, Ripon (July 22) 4+4+6= 14 Riverside restaurant and bar overlooked by the Cathedral, near the moorings.. Rather noisy, with not-too-efficient staff.
River Derwent and Pocklington Canal
KING'S HEAD,, Barmby-in-the-Marsh (Aug 24) 2+4+7=13 For sale, and just hanging on - bar only, open Wed-Sun evenings only. Several reminders of better times (it was excellent when I was here in 2012).
BOOT & SHOE, Ellerton (Aug 23) 2+4+8=14 Beautiful little old pub in a pleasant village, with small, rather dark low-ceilinged rooms. GBG
MELBOURNE ARMS, Melbourne (Aug 21, 22) 2+4+6=12 Rather soul-less open plan makeover with no proper bar, in a nice village with excellent village shop.
That's it! 79 pubs visited this year. Top score was the BLUE BELL in York - everything a pub should be, but a victim of its own success, being uncomfortably busy most evenings. My own favourite? Probably the MARKET TAVERN, Brighouse, although the COLLIER'S ARMS, Elland and the PHOENIX, York are close contenders. It is no coincidence that all of these are minus music, telly and fruit machines.