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The Trackside, Bury - pub details

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Address: Bolton Street Station, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 0EY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6070) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hall I' Th' Wood (5 miles), Farnworth (5 miles), Bromley Cross (5.1 miles)

Pub facilities/features:

General information: Quick drink or hot food while you wait for the East Lancashire Railway steam train ride.

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 81 users)
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Visited on a Saturday earlier this month.
Can't fault the beer.Had 3 excellent pints of Timothy Taylor's Golden Best.There was also a dark mild on from Dunham Massey and a number of bitters.
But the kitchen was closed due to staff shortage.
Saturday,the trains are running but no food at Trackside. Strange business model.

oldandmild - 24 Jun 2019 06:12
At Bury Bolton Street station.
Always a good selection of beers.
I always come here when I am in bury.
scrump - 22 Mar 2017 15:11
This place was easily my favourite pub of the day. It's the original station refreshment rooms and is situated on the platform at the atmospheric Bolton Street Station. 10 ales, 6 ciders and a perry were being dispensed by a knowledgeable barman. Locals also seemed well up on their beers. The 10 on handpull yesterday were Beartown Wojtek, Saltaire Amarillo Gold, Silver Street 103, Green Mill Talisman, Greenfield Vanilla Stout, Riverhead Gingerbread Mild, Cottage Flying Scotsman, Wentworth Challenge & Outstanding Ultra Pale & Piston Broke. The latter is the session ale that is a permanent fixture. Ciders are brought from somewhere behind the bar. The selection was Broadoak Perry, Thatchers Cheddar Valley, Westons Old Rosie, Biddendens Bushells, Bartestree Katy, Hurst View Jibber Jabber & Tardebigge Cider. Two of these were new ciders for me and I also had the mild and the stout. The stout was very nice indeed. There are hundreds of pumpclips on the ceiling and walls. They've clearly had a lot of beers on at various times here. I also echo the previous reviewers comments about the prices. £3 for a pint of cider was good value. The ales were cheaper still. A well deserved 9/10 from me and a must for any visitor to Bury.
blue_scrumpy - 14 Jan 2016 21:41
Excellent pub.

My second visit. Great atmosphere (unless you have an aversion to 1950s stations). Good selection of real ales (the house beer Pison Broke is good) and ciders and perries. All at fair prices.

Adequate selection of good value food.

What more do you want? Especially with passing vintage trains.

boblarkin - 22 Mar 2015 21:05
All I can say is what a little gem of a pub,perfectly kept ales,a nice atmosphere,all great value.a good mix of different ales on was the highlight.Small pub but busy,and the crack was excellent.

Looking forward to returning on a future visit.
markredfox73 - 27 Jan 2015 14:10

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