The Railway Hotel

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Address: 32 Station Way, Cheam, Sutton, Surrey, SM3 8SQ
Telephone: 020 8642 7416

The Railway Hotel offers bed & breakfast accomodation.

The Railway pub, Cheam, Summer 2009

Above: The Railway Hotel, Cheam, Summer 2009

The pub was built to service Cheam railway station which is opposite.

The Railway pub Cheam

Roast potatoes, a selection of real ales and a friendly face behind the bar. What more could you want?

The Prince of Wales pub sign The Prince of Wales pub with St. Dunstan's spire in the background

Above left: The Railway sign above the entrance. Above right: the pub sign featuring a steam train - perhaps on its way to Cheam Station, which is opposite the pub.

Cheam Station was originally meant to service the London to Portsmouth atmospheric railway, but on the failure of the proposed line it became part of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway on 10th May 1847. A direct train can be taken from Cheam to both London Bridge Station and Victoria Station as part of the Southern National Rail network.

Cheam Station

The London bound platform at Cheam Staion. Why not pop into the pub for a refreshing pint after work?

Did you know? Comic genius Tony Hancock's character lived in the fictional Railway Cuttings, Cheam

Cheam information:
Cheam Village
History of Cheam
Henry VIII & Nonsuch
Churches & chapels:
St. Dunstan's
Lumley Chapel
St. Alban's
Parks & Gardens:
Cheam Park
Nonsuch Park
Seears Park
Pubs & Clubs:
Cheam Social Club
The Harrow
The Prince of Wales
Ye Olde Red Lion
The Railway
Historic buildings:
5,7 & 9 Malden Road
Bay Cottage
Broadway Cottages
Cheam Cottage
Church Farm House
Nonsuch Cottage
Old Cottage
Park Lane
The Old Farmhouse
The Old Post House
The Old Rectory