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This man is on a mission to visit a pub at all 330 National Rail stations in Greater London

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Kyra Hanson
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Sam Cullen, the man who went on a three-year pub crawl around the tube network is back. This time he's on an epic mission to visit and review a pub at all 330 National Rail stations, and he's after your recommendations for local boozers he should visit. 

Cullen admits he has missed visiting 'random parts of London for no reason other than to find a good pub there'. If only we could all go on a three-year bender, eh? His trip will cover a large area of south London, where there are more than 150 rail stations. And with only 19 stops in zone 1, he'll be heading into the depths of suburban London, where the majority of Londoners actually live. 

He's kicking off his journey tonight at Waterloo station, before traveling anti-clockwise across south London before crossing the river and heading from east to west. He expects to wrap up this extended pub crawl just in time for Crossrail's completion in late 2018. He said: 'I know it's going to be another long mission with 330 stations to visit but I'm really looking forward to exploring parts of London I've never been to before. Will Falconwood live up to its suitably grand name? Only time will tell...'

If you have any pub recommendations in easy reach of a rail station, tweet him at @innsidetrack or leave a comment on his blog innsidetrack.wordpress.com

The first 20 stations he'll be alighting at are: 

Waterloo
Vauxhall
Queenstown Road
Clapham Junction
Wandsworth Town
Putney
Barnes
Mortlake
North Sheen
Richmond
St. Margarets
Twickenham
Whitton
Feltham
Hounslow
Isleworth
Syon Lane
Brentford
Kew Bridge
Chiswick

In other news, London Underground staff are planning a pre-Christmas tube strike 

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