There is a mention of the Railway in Twvyer Street in the Gloucester Journal dated 28th January 1871. There is also a reference to the Railway in Millbrook Street in the 1879 Gloucester Directory. This suggests that the Railway (Inn) was on the corner of Millbrook Street and Twyver Street. The pub was just south of the present day Horton Road railway level crossing.
1879 G. Coole
Bankruptcy Act 1861: In the matter of Thomas Wallington of the Railway Tavern Inn, Windmill Road in the hamlet of Wotton Villa near the City but in the County of Gloucester, grocer and publican, adjudged bankrupt on the 18th day of November 1869. An order of discharge will be delivered to the bankrupt after the expiration of 30 days from this date unless an appeal be duly entered against the judgement of the court and notice thereof be given to the court. Dated this 13th day of January 1870. Frederick Wilton, Registrar.
1869 Thomas Wallington
‘Railway Tavern in Millbrook Street was destroyed in an air raid in 1941’ (?) – source article on lost pubs in the Citizen 6th May 2021. Maisie Lillywhite