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The Railway Tavern, Limehouse - pub details

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Address: 576 Commercial Road, Stepney, London, E14 7JD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25261) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Shadwell (0.7 miles), Stepney Green (0.8 miles), Wapping (1 mile)

Nearest DLR stations Limehouse (0 miles), Westferry (0.7 miles), Shadwell (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Limehouse (0 miles), Bethnal Green (1.2 miles), Cambridge Heath (1.6 miles)

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White Horse, Limehouse (0.1 miles), Queens Head, Limehouse (0.1 miles), Brewery Tap, Limehouse (0.1 miles), Mariners, Limehouse (0.1 miles), Narrow Street Pub & Dining Room, Limehouse (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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We arrived here shortly before opening. After a swift half of Landlord in the nearby Old Ship (not listed on the site), we returned for the Craft's opening at 3:30. This is a pub on the corner of the busy Commercial Road. You could literally roll out of Limehouse DLR station straight into this establishment. The barman was welcoming and there was a good selection of beers, especially craft ones. Kent Craft Pale Ale is a regular ale on cask. In addition, there were 3 Thornbridge ales - Brother Rabbit, Cocoa Wonderland & Lord Marples, plus Totally Brewed 4 Hop Men of the Apocalypse. Nice traditional interior, with a couple of modern touches. There is a further room upstairs and an outdoor terrace also on the upper level. My second favourite pub of the day and the best of the ones listed on this site.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Jan 2019 21:35

About to re-open as a Craft Beer Co establishment.

The area is turning and judging by visits to other Craft Beer Co pubs this will be a good oneā€¦.will visit soon.

lezford - 7 Oct 2016 16:57
Freaks local as most Railway places seem to be. Clicky at times. Real Ale is surprisingly good. Decent enough management and staff. Dartboard and juke box. Overall I would return ,strangely it is one of the best pubs in the locality.
agadoo - 13 Sep 2013 17:03
Really quite ok, one real ale on (London Pride), plenty of people about. Walked past it on the way to the Mariners but found the Mariners had shut down so came here instead. Not horribly cheap (£3.20 for Pride if I remember correctly) but not expensive either and pleasantly down to earth.
rainlight - 14 Dec 2010 09:24
Was always a decent pub for a quick pint when getting off the train at stepney east station (re named Limehouse) particularly when Alan owned it.
moncrief - 8 Mar 2008 07:59

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