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The Railway Inn, Mansfield - pub details

Railway Inn

Address: 9 Station Street, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG18 1EF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8331) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Mansfield (0.6 miles), Mansfield Woodhouse (1.5 miles), Kirkby In Ashfield (4.1 miles)

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Came out of the station on the correct side this time (earlier in the day didn't and went in the Midland Hotel - not listed and shouldn't be (no ales). A short walk across the car park. Small, multi roomed with four ales - North Riding Sorachi Stout, Dukeries Arrabella Gold, Hawkshead Gold and Double Top History Maker, which was very nice. Best avoided on matchdays due to crush as the team's doing well.
ellisref - 12 Apr 2019 08:31
Went here recently before a football match (as an away fan). Popular place, I don't think I've ever been in such a crowded pub. 4 varied real ales (I think) in good nick. Friendly (although very busy) staff.

Railwayania around the pub.

Definitely a good pub. But if it is a football day get there early.
boblarkin - 29 Mar 2016 16:06
In all my years I've only ever had 1 pint in Mansfield and that was around 13 years ago when I was here for a football game on a Tuesday night that got postponed.

Back in Mansfield on the 2nd Saturday in January to tick the football ground and try and get as many of the 8 pubs in the town ticked that appear in the 2016 GBG.

First stop the Railway Inn at 11am. I'm the 4th punter through the door with the 3 before me here for an early lunch. Checking the menu the food seems extremely well priced, its home cooked and from the plate I saw on its way to a hungry OAP looked pretty good.

The bar with 4 hand pumps is very cosy with 4 separate area's for seating and dining. 3 ales on which were, Full Mash Grease Monkey, Dunkeries Lord Furnival and Ambridge Sticky Dog @ 4.0%. I went for a pint of the Sticky Dog as it's an IPA and just the right abv for the first ale of the day. A chalk board displays 11 ales as coming soon, 4 each from Dunkeries and Abbeydale.

The friendly barmaid was juggling the food orders with putting a new ale on and pouring the others through.

Wooden banquet seating and wooden tables. Each table had a carving of a steam train on it, nice touch. The bar itself is very small with a front hatch , hanging on the ceiling inside the bar are 20+ brewery and whiskey water hugs.

The Railway Inn has a real charm to it and feels a bit like you're in a time warp, smooth radio was playing at an acceptable level.

A great start to the day.
lezford - 14 Jan 2016 13:57
Still a decent enough alehouse - had a pleasant quiet afternoon pint here.
anonymous - 1 Dec 2015 13:40
Lovely old-fashioned pub near the centre of Mansfield. Ideal for away fans. They had Dukeries Pale Ale, Nevermore stout and another stronger ale on when we went. Also real Scrumpy on tap (7.3%). Excellent homemade food available for £5.95. We had cheese & onion pie, game pie, chicken & leek pie and chilli. All served with hand-cut chips and mushy peas. The front bar is set up like a café. Friendly service throughout.
The_Prof - 21 Jan 2015 17:31

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