Railway Tavern45 East Street
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The pub re-opened as an Antic outlet in August 2014. Two Volden cask ales are available with up to two changing cask ales, such as from Adnams, Timothy Taylor and St Austell. Single bar with several rooms and partitioned areas lead off with the usual Antic eclectic range of shabby chic furniture and dim lighting. To the left of the bar, one room is served by the open kitchen. The popular menu concentrates on traditional British fare with both snacks and mains as well as Sunday roasts. The pub was originally built in the Victorian era for the Nalder & Collyer Brewery of Croydon in conjunction with the coming of the railway to Bromley North. The green and ochre tiling completely covers the two external facades of this essentially triangular footprint building.