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  current name:

Royal Oak

  previous names: Royal Oak and Railway Hotel
  current landlord/landlady:  
  address: 9 Datchet Road, Windsor
  information: This pub is in Datchet Road, opposite the junction with Thameside, also opposite is the Southern Region Railway station (which is probably why the pub used to be called The Railway Hotel)  A great looking pub with Windsor Castle as it's backdrop.
  telephone: 01753 865179
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  history: Used to be a Courage House. The pub was run for many years from around 1974 by one of the Wing family, as was the Bells of Ouzeley another Courage house in Old Windsor.

Some Selected Reports from The Windsor and Eton Express

Royal Oak

8th March 1834

At a meeting of the Commissioners of Pavement, held at the Town hall on Monday, Mrs.Bitmead, of the Royal Oak, Datchet-lane, was fined 10s and costs, for allowing her pig to run at large in the streets; and Mr.Jacobs was fined 5s and costs, for emptying filthy water on the pavement opposite his door in Thames-street.

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