Located opposite the station, this pub, originally constructed in 1865, has undergone a remarkable transformation with a complete reconstruction and refurbishment. Today, it proudly showcases a central bar area and a spacious conservatory, providing an inviting and contemporary atmosphere for its patrons.
Popular for sports, this bar and grill offers a range of food options, its popular with families during the day, and offers drinks promotions during the evening.
The establishment pays homage to the renowned engineer Thomas Crampton, who played a significant role in the area's history. Not only did Crampton construct the nearby water tower, but he also contributed his talents to the Great Western Railway, ensuring that the pub maintains a strong connection to its railway heritage.