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Duke of York, Telford - pub details

Address: 40 Market Street, Oakengates, Telford, Shropshire, TF2 6DU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37723) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Oakengates (0.2 miles), Telford Central (1.1 miles), Wellington (3.1 miles)

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user reviews of Duke of York, Telford

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Been here numerous times. Used to be a right hole.

These days though, it's a lot better.
Knocked through the back and extended into where the toilets used to be so there's lots more room in the bar on the left. Bar on the right (lounge) is comfy, always has been tbh.

Beer has never been super great but it's good for a night out.

Pool table is good with plenty of room after knocking the back wall out.

One problem, the staff never seem to wipe up after spills, meaning the surface of the bar is often flooded.
Telford_Bloke - 14 May 2014 10:05
In here last Saturday and very busy as Chelsea v Eveton showing.
Not much to add to the last post.
4 Hand pulls but one blank.
1 London Pride, 1 Hobgoblin & 1 Banks's Original.
I has a pint of the latter for £2.55 which was very bland.
bjbrummiejohn - 26 Feb 2014 08:34
I don�t know, I suggested this pub and then trenchlad steals my thunder :-). As he says it�s next door to The Station pub and across the road from The Crown, both of which are renowned for their cask ale, so it�s got quite a bit of competition. Has a paved �garden� style area at the front with large umbrellas for the smokers. The left hand room is painted green and has a pool table, it�s usually quieter in here. The right hand room is a red painted lounge, effectively split into two by a dividing wall with a large screen TV at the bottom end of each side. It also has a quiz machine in this room. Four ales on when I called last night, Banks� Original and Bitter, Bombardier and London Pride. I�m always a little wary of having anything but the Banks�s in here as I�ve been served a couple of ropey pints in the past. Decided to have a Bombardier anyway and it was pretty good this time. It�s OK in here, but I only ever have one as the microbrews next door start calling to me.
ROBCamra - 11 Jun 2009 15:45
Sports bar style pub next door to the Station and across the road from the Crown . Lounge has usual big screens showing sporting events . Three real ales on Bankss original / bitter and Hook Norton 303 which i had (not bad ) . During the day you get a mixed bunch from the local alkies to grannies and workers having the Fish and Chips 99p special , at night and weekends a younger crowd but with a good few oldies . A good pub of its type .
trenchlad - 1 Jun 2009 20:49

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