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Thursday, 19 January 2012

Small Pub - Big Choice

It may be a tiny pub but it punches way above it weight in both selection of beers and interesting surroundings. This was one of the two lodges that sat either side of the grand arch that lead into Euston railway station. The grand arch was demolished during the redevelopment in the 1960's causing a huge public outcry at the time. Much of the original arch has been recovered from where it was dumped and there is a rumour it will be rebuilt as part of the next redevelopment of the station to accommodate the new fast rail.
In the meantime enjoy a boutique beer at this quaint drinking establishment.

11 comments:

Steffe said...

If they do rebuild it you should celebrate with another beer at this unique pub.

jabblog said...

I'm sure it has a devoted clientele.

Angie said...

Standing romm only, yeah?

Dani Middleton said...

I do love how small this pub is, I haven't been there for soooooo long! But now I want to go back!

Sharon said...

This looks like a great place to visit.

Karine said...

WHat a great looking little place! I hope they do rebuild the arch, that they tore it down is scandalous!

PhotoPuddle said...

Oh how cool. I want to go drinking there now!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Euston Tap looks like a very cool place Mo, I am all for them rebuilding the arch, definitely!!

RedPat said...

My next time in London - I'll be there!

Lowell said...

Very attractive! I would guess it is a very popular place.

William K Wallace said...

A great wee pub that has a great selection of real ales on tap.

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