Fuller's pubs located along the Elizabeth Line


The Elizabeth line is now open. Stretching from Reading and Heathrow in the west, through central tunnels across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east. If you’re wondering which pubs you can pop into while traveling on the new Line, we’ve listed all the Fuller’s pubs along the route.

The new railway built by Crossrail Ltd will stop at 41 stations (10 of them new) and is expected to serve up to 200 million people each year. The line is set to transform the daily commute for Londoners and cut down journey times between key underground stations, like Paddington and Canary Wharf.

From transport hubs to city pubs, here are the Fuller’s pubs you can pop into for a pint while on your travels along the Elizabeth Line.


Source: tfl.gov.uk

Fuller's pubs located along the Elizabeth Line

The Three Guineas, Reading

Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel himself, The Three Guineas was built to serve… and whether you fancy cask ales, commuter coffees or cracking cuisine, the pub certainly lives up to that. Right by Reading Station, the team has served thousands of travellers over the years – so pop in to see why!

The Drayton Court, West Ealing

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Standing elegantly in one of London’s greenest suburbs, The Drayton Court offers some of the finest accommodation in Ealing and boasts one of the biggest beer gardens in London and a busy, weekly events calendar, there are plenty of reasons why you’d want to visit.

The Wheatsheaf, Ealing

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Ealing Broadway, The Wheatsheaf is a rustic pub with a traditional charm and is a great place to stop for a quick beer, bite to eat or catch up on the live sport.

The Castle Inn, Ealing

A vibrant local pub in Ealing, The Castle Inn serves up live music, fabulous food and brilliant beers to an eclectic crowd that once included the late great Freddie Mercury. Follow in the footsteps of rock royalty and enjoy a drink in The Castle’s cosy bar or secret garden.

The Mad Bishop & Bear, Paddington

Located inside Paddington Station, The Mad Bishop & Bear is the perfect pub for a pit-stop, whether your passing through or have reached your final destination.

The Jack Horner, Tottenham Court Road

The Jack Horner is a traditional pub situated on Tottenham Court Road. The Ale & Pie pub has just undergone a beautiful refurbishment so do pop in and see it for yourself when passing through.

The Iron Duke, Mayfair

The Iron Duke is in the heart of London’s West End and just around the corner from Bond Street station. The relaxed atmosphere and quality drinks range makes The Iron Duke a post-work-pint hotspot for those working in the city.

The Fence, Farringdon

If you’re looking for a vibrant bar in the heart of Farringdon’s bustling creative district, then The Fence is the place to be. Located just a few yards from Farringdon Station, The Fence has a great beer garden, fantastic cocktails and beer selection, plenty of vegetarian options and small plates and live DJs on Thursday and Friday nights.

The Inn of Court, Holborn

The Inn of Court is a more traditional pub you can visit if you find yourself in and around Farringdon station. The pub stays true to its Ale & Pie roots, serving up delicious pies, superb ales, several sublime lagers and fantastic wines.

The Butchers Hook & Cleaver, Smithfield

Another traditional Fuller’s Ale & Pie pub down the road from Farringdon station, The Butchers Hook & Cleaver is a beautiful, lively pub serving up delicious pies and a wide range of beers. Pop in for a pie and a pint if you’re passing through on your travels.

The Astronomer, Bishopsgate

Located in one of London's most vibrant areas by Liverpool Street station, The Astronomer is a pub that never lacks atmosphere. If you’re looking for well-kept cask ales, craft beers and fresh, seasonal food while you're on the go, The Astronomer has you covered.

The Gun, Docklands

A Grade II listed early 19th century building, steeped in history, The Gun is located on the banks of the River Thames in the heart of the Docklands, just a short walk from Canary Wharf station. Away from the capital’s crowds, it’s the perfect place to relax by the water, with fine fresh food, stunning wines and its own unique cocktail menu.