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The Wagon Works, Eastleigh - pub details

Wagon Works
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Address: 28 Southampton Road, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 9FJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37916) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Eastleigh (0 miles), Southampton Airport - Parkway (1.5 miles), Swaythling (2.4 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Small one level 'spoons opposite the station that appears in the 2016 GBG, the only pub in Eastleigh that does.

Very busy at 2pm when we arrived here, groups of blokes, locals and couples eating and drinking made up the clientele.

2 banks of 5 hand pumps with a decent selection of local ales alongside the normal 'spoons national brands. My pints of Itchin Valley Pure Gold @ 4.0% and Goddard's Inspiration @ 5.0% were both excellent.

A nice atmosphere here, well kept ales, has a community feel to it and of course very handy for the train & bus stations.
lezford - 12 Sep 2016 16:37
Good beer as always (usually) with a decent selection from the current Spoons beer festival range, local CAMRA types are often seen at the bar.
Staff are efficient and friendly, though at weekends they really could do with more on, a common Spoons problem it seems.
The decor is beginning to look a little tired in places, mostly due to food/drink stains on the seating...some new cushions in a darker colour would transform the place without major expenditure though.
StoneBlack - 19 Mar 2016 23:56
One of those rare Wetherspoons, a conversion of a proper pub. There is still some sense of the original pub; the interior has been knocked through creating a decent sized L-shaped room. The bay windows have been partly blocked so only the sky is visible, which is a shame, but so be it. Eight casks on offer. Lacks character and charm, but is ok.
SilkTork - 14 Jun 2015 14:20
Not bad as 'spoons go, but as this is one of the few decent(ish) pubs in the area, it can get busy.
HGSterling - 24 Feb 2015 13:53
Still OK overall, but a recent change of manager has seen the ale section plummet in quality.
There has always been a carefully thought out selection of ales from local and nationwide smaller breweries since the place opened, however a couple of recent visits have been a real disappointment with just a selection of boring brown beers from the big nationals on the taps.
Hopefully things will get back on track soon, otherwise Winchester is only a short ride on the train and undoubtably a better option for those willing to make the effort.
Steve_Smythe - 23 Feb 2014 15:46

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