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Win a brewery tour and meal for two at The Old Brewery

Upcoming events around the DLR

Until 31 October, Museum of
London Docklands
West India Quay
Celebrate 100 years of Guiding
with this interactive exhibition.

13 October, Canada Place &

Jubilee Place
Canary Wharf
A weekend of live music,
fashion tips and discounts.

Hands on History

The London Music Show


Ongoing, Tower of London

Tower Gateway
Get to grips with the Towers
world famous arsenal and ten
centuries of Tower history.

Greenwich Comedy

 12 September, Old Royal

Naval College
Cutty Sark for
Maritime Greenwich
Londons biggest ever comedy
festival returns with the best
names in comedy and cabaret.

Acoustic After Hours

With Turin Brakes

29 September, East
Canary Wharf
Turin Brakes kick off the
autumn Acoustic After Hours
series at Canary Wharf.

Take part in the Real Ale Trail treasure hunt and you will be in with
a chance of winning a brewery tour and meal for two, ten runners up
will receive copies of The Good Pub Guide 2011. Simply visit all the
pubs along one of the Real Ale Trails over the course of September and
October and answer questions found on the DLR London Facebook page.
Go to for details.

Autumn Winter Fashion

Find a world of dining, leisure,
fun and facilities on Planet DLR.


Check out the offers available along the trail, visit


810 October, ExCeL Centre

Custom House for ExCeL
The greatest show on Earth for
people who love making music!

Real Ale Trail

For 24-hour travel information, telephone 084 3222 1234*. For DLRCustomer Relations, telephone 020 7363 9700.

Trafalgar Night Dinner

23 October, Old Royal Naval

Cutty Sark for
Maritime Greenwich
A unique occasion to
experience a traditional naval
dinner in the Painted Hall.

late summer 2010

Here Come the Girl

Guides exhibition

London through a lens

1 November, Museum of
London Docklands
West India Quay
Learn to use a digital camera
to record Londons rich
historical past.
For details, visit

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or Elverson Road stations. Please use the centre of the train.

Lift access to DLR platforms at Bank station is unavailable from March 2010 due to London Underground escalator work.

The first two sets and last two sets of doors on a three-carriage train will not open at Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich
At certain times trains from Bank towards Lewisham will not stop at West India Quay station.

Docklands Light Railway has teamed up

with The Good Pub Guide to produce
two Real Ale Trails, featuring top notch
watering holes in East London.
East London is the historic setting of some of
Britains oldest and finest pubs with the Docklands
rich maritime and trading history leaving it with an
abundance of historic taverns.
The trail takes guests through some of the UKs finest
ales and beers from well knowns such as Adnams
Broadside and St Austell Tribute to new arrivals such
as Meantime London Pale Ale, brewed in Greenwich.
Weve also got offers on food and snacks plus if you join
in the Treasure Hunt you could win a brewery tour and
meal for two at The Old Brewery, runners up receive a
copy of the latest The Good Pub Guide. For more details,

The Old Brewery offers

some real ales but our
strength is in the range
of beers we stock
close to 60 from around
the world, including
Meantimes own awardwinning beers.
Alec at The Old Brewery

TRAIL 1: North/South
Canary Wharf to Greenwich
1 The Cat and Canary
Canary Wharf
2527 Fishermans Walk, E14 4DH
A very popular
Fullers pub
with traditional
dcor. Much of
the furniture in
the pub is from
old churches,
including a pulpit and a confession
box. Serves authentic pub food. Real
ales: Fullers and guest ales
2 The North Pole
South Quay
74 Manilla Street, E14 8LG
Convivial, sympathetically refurbished traditional pub serving
bargain home-made food.
Real ales: Fullers London Pride, Timothy Taylors Landlord
3 The Cutty Sark Tavern
Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich
46 Ballast Quay, SE10 9PD
Interesting old tavern with genuinely old-fashioned feel and great
Thames views. The upstairs room at this enjoyable pub feels
just like a ships deck. Real ales: Fullers London Pride, Adnams
Broadside, Greene King Abbot Ale, St Austell Tribute

4 The Old Brewery

Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich
The Pepys Building, The Old Royal Naval College, SE10 9LW
Located at the magnificent Old Royal Naval
College in Greenwich, this restaurant, bar,
caf and brewery is the latest enterprise
from the innovative Meantime Brewing
Company, offering close to 60 beers and
ales, including some exclusives. Real ales:
Meantime Pale Ale, Dark Star Best Bitter
5 The Greenwich Union
56 Royal Hill, SE10 8RT
Enterprising pub offering distinctive beers, including local
Meantime Brewery, plus other unusual drinks. Real ales: Adnams
and Meantime Pale Ale

TRAIL 2: West/East Tower Gateway to Blackwall

1 The Dickens Inn

Tower Gateway
Marble Quay, St Katharines Way, E1W 1UH
Situated at the picturesque St Katharine Docks, overlooking Tower
Bridge, The Dickens Inn has breathtaking views of the boats and
harbour. Real ales: Adnams, Greene King, Wells & Youngs

2 Prospect of Whitby
57 Wapping Wall, E1W 3SH
Dating back to 1543, this waterside pub has a colourful history and
great river views, and is welcoming to visitors and families. Real ales:
Adnams Best, Courage Directors, Fullers London Pride, Greene King IPA
3 The Narrow
44 Narrow Street, E14 8DJ
Stylish Gordon Ramsey offering famed for its
delicious pan-European fare. Riverside terraces
dont come much more stunning than this one.
Book well ahead for food. Real ales: Adnams
Bitter & Broadside, Caledonian Deuchars IPA
4 The Grapes
76 Narrow Street, E14 8BP
Relaxed waterside pub, unchanged since Charles Dickens knew it.
Bags of atmosphere, good mix of customers and friendly service.
Real ales: Adnams Best, Marstons Pedigree,
Timothy Taylors Landlord
5 The Gun
27 Coldharbour, E14 9NS
Magical is the word some people have used to describe this
busy riverside pub, with antique guns on the wall, well-stocked
bookshelves, and exquisite food and views. Real ales: Adnams,
Fullers London Pride, Greene King Abbot Ale