Surbiton is a town within the suburban sprawl of south-west London. It owes its existence to the coming of the railway in the 19th century when the main line from London to Portsmouth was refused permission to pass through Kingston upon Thames as originally planned. The art-deco station (built in the 1920s) is quite impressive.
Surbiton is an important junction station on the railway and trains are readily available – both from London and other towns further out into Surrey.
The town is also on many bus routes.
84 Victoria Road, Surbiton KT6 4NS
Tel: 020 8399 8119
Large, traditionally styled Fuller's pub in the centre of Surbiton, just by the railway station. The dark wooden bar is on the left as you enter the pub, with seating areas to the right, behind and in the front windows. The pub furniture is ... Read full review of Surbiton Flyer
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