Railway16 Blackheath Village
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Re-opens on the 4th of July. See website for details.
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The nearest pub to Blackheath railway station. Has had various identities over the years. Once an Ind Coope pub then went through a Fairway & Firkin stage and now back to a railway identity. Busy pub especially at weekends when security door staff may be in evidence. Stained wooden floor boarded throughout with raised drinking area in one of the front corners and a part open-aired, part covered small rear walled courtyard garden in which smoking is not permitted. Painted throughout in grey green pastel shades with a semi-rustic or semi-domestic theme with some eclectic furniture. Several high tables and chairs. Obvious food presence. 4 handpumps on the bar counter. Reopened Tuesday 27th February 2018 after a significant refurbishment which shortened the length of the bar counter to make way for more restaurant seating at the rear and reduced the number of handpumps from 5 to 4.