Railway Inn10 Vicarage Road
At the top of a rather hilly town, this open-plan pub should suit most tastes. A former smithy, its rambling open-plan interior follows a fairly traditional format, although it has an unusual bar ceiling. Mainly a locals' watering hole, it is also popular with walkers, and is said to have a ghost, which swings one of the miner's lamps. A collection of shoes and clogs adorns one of the bar walls; the late comedian Toomy Cooper donated a pair of his size 14s. The pub offers TV screens for live sport, and live music on Saturday evenings. The resident ghost is said to swing one of the miners' lamps on occasion.