Tite & Locke Opens On Lancaster
Amey TPT | 18 May 2022
A new pub located on platform 3 at Lancaster Station opened to the public on Friday 8 April 2022. ‘Tite and Locke’ is named after the architect William Tite who designed Lancaster railway station in the 1800s and Joseph Locke the civil engineer who established what came to be the West Coast Main Line.
The pub is run by the Lancaster Brewery and showcases their locally produced range of beers. It now provides a warm welcome to those arriving in the city, and a last taste of Lancaster for those about to depart.
The craft beer revival of recent years has seen a number of new, independent pubs open in formerly derelict or repurposed buildings on railway stations. On the West Coast Mainline, Titanic Brewery have opened ‘Bod’ in the former First Class Lounge at Stoke-on-Trent Station and ‘301 Miles’ opened in unused and unloved rooms at Carlisle Station.
We look forward to seeing passengers at Lancaster Station enjoying this excellent venue and we trust the pub will grow from strength to strength.