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The Railway Inn
Article date: 22 Sep 2011

Pub manager Kieran Healey is pictured at The Railway Inn, in Rushden.

He was previously manager at The Red Well, in Wellingborough, also in Northamptonshire.

Most recently, the building was a bar, The Lounge One; however, for many years, it was a pub known as The Railway Inn or Hotel.

The Railway was so named after Rushden Station opened, just off High Street, in 1894. Built by the Midland Railway Company, the station closed to passengers in 1959. It is now owned by the Rushden Historical Transport Society and is part museum and part real-ale bar.

The Wetherspoon pub features a large beer garden, as well as a separate external smoking area.

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