Railway in Sale reopens after major makeover by Robinsons

the railwayTHE Railway in Sale, Greater Manchester, has reopened following a four-week refurbishment by Robinsons Brewery and licensee David Biss.

Key features of the pub were reserved to retain its charm including the bar made from railway sleepers and footrail created from tracks.

The internal refurbishment has issued more space and comfort inside, broadening the appeal to a varied age range with a focus on traditional pub feel.

Outside, there’s a new colour scheme of greys partnered with fresh signage, atmospheric lighting, external furniture and a heavy planting scheme.

Tony Massey, Business Development Manager at Robinsons Brewery, said: “The Railway is our only pub in Sale, and we felt that it needed to encompass a fresher feel whilst not losing its true character as a great community local.

“Previously, the pub was heavily football focused, however it now caters for live music and entertainment in a great new setting. The stage area was improved in the main bar area, now proving a great space for live acts.”

David Biss added: “The Railway was in need of a refurbishment which has now led to an exceptional standard. The pub has been transformed into a warm, inviting and vibrant local frequented by the former regulars and new customers alike.”

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