Sir John HawkshawLondon Cannon Street Station
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Wetherspoon pub opened on 10th February 2015. Named after one of the co-designers of the original station building which opened in 1866. Located on the station concourse alongside Platform 1 with a front veranda for outside drinking. Large windows allow patrons to view the bustle of a commuter mainline station. Low ceiling with contemporary décor and a mixture of high tables and stools and normal height seating. Open view kitchen and a viewing window into the same level cellar showing the real ale cask stillage and piping. The copper coloured counter top has 6 handpumps. Usually 3 of the 4 regular beers are sold except during ale festivals. The pub does not have toilets. You need to use the ones on the station concourse. Don’t miss your train – there is a screen in one corner showing real-time arrivals and departures. Pub will be closed if the station is.