Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.

Railway Hotel, 3 Victoria Road, Teddington

Teddington pub history index

This is listed as the refreshment rooms near the railway Station in the 1891 census. It was built in 1869 as the Railway Refreshment Rooms, the railway station having opened in July 1863. About 1890 it became the Railway Hotel and finally after some refurbishment in 2007/8, it reopened under the ridiculas name of The Bloated Mallard. I have been told that Mallard was the name given to the fastest steam train operating on this line but I doubt the present owners knew this when renaming it. *

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex. The  Middlesex listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

The following entries are in this format:

Residents at this address

1890/John Pain/Beer Retailer, Victoria Road/../../Post Office Directory

1891/John Pain/Omnibus Proprietor/34/Teddington, Middlesex/Census
1891/Hannah Ellis Pain/Wife/33/Teddington, Middlesex/Census
1891/Mary Hoath/Servant/36/Rustall, Kent/Census
1891/Annie Ellis Osmond/Servant/33/Euston Road, Middlesex/Census

1894/John Pain/Railway Hotel & omnibus proprietor, Victoria Road/../../Post Office Directory

1898/John Pain/../../../Post Office Directory

In the 1901 census, John Pain is a Licensed Victualler at the Horse & Groom, White Waltham, in Berkshire.

1914/John Pain/../../../Post Office Directory

1926/John Pain/../../../Post Office Directory

1933/Edward Pain/../../../Post Office Directory

1937/Edward Pain/../../../Post Office Directory



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