Brighton BelleMiddlewich Road
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Two rooms; one large open plan lounge and a games room. The Brighton Belle pub was known as the Railway Inn until 1972, when a Pullman carriage from the Brighton Belle train, which ceased to run in 1972, was added out front to function as a restaurant. For the next 26 years the carriage became a local landmark until it was removed in 1998 because the cost of refurbishment in situ was prohibitive. Has now been restored to full running specification elsewhere as part of a plan to restore the original BB to main line running. Refurbished March 2011 as a 'Hungry Horse' pub. Pub is now mostly open plan. Owned by Greene King Brewing and Retailing Limited.