Need a Pub Near One Of London’s Train Stations? Look No Further…

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All around London in rush hour, the main train stations fill up as they shuttle commuters to and from the big city.

They’re not just transport hubs, but sociable meeting points too, which is why you’re rarely short of a pub or five near the majority of London’s biggest stations.

Maybe you’re delayed, perhaps you’re meeting a friend for a quick, post-work drink – either way, you’ll need somewhere good to go.

Liverpool Street Station

Liverpool Street Station

To help matters we’ve put together guides to pubs near ten of the most popular (and by that we mean busy) mainline stations in London.

We’ve also included the walking distance and eating options to help you decide.

And finally, here’s the all-important link to keep an eye on your train times, so you can decide whether you’ve got time for another drink.

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Kirsten Beacock

Kirsten is the chief blogger here at lastminute.com. A former newspaper journalist (don’t hold that against her), having taken extensive trips to China, America and Australasia, she is now pouring her passion for travel into writing blogs and features for the lastminute.com website. Arriving in London via exotic Scunthorpe, Kirsten has made it her mission to try out as many pubs and restaurants as she possibly can in the capital.

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