Red Cow

59 Sheen Road
Richmond
TW9 1YJ

Although this pub is not a listed building, it does have an interior of some regional interest and the description is as follows: “There is one really stand-out feature in this otherwise modernised pub. This is the remarkable mid-Victorian bar-back. It has three bays stretching right up to the ceiling and they are filled with back-painted glass in green and gold. The stylised foliage bears labels offering the blandishments of 'Jamaica Rum' and 'Superior Scotch': the labels are obscured in the third bay by bottle shelves. The uprights also bear painted glass panels. There are plans to re-site this splendid feature further back in the pub when it is also hoped to reinstate some snob screens which currently languish in the cellar.”

The Red Cow featured on the A Ramble Around Alehouses and Almshouses - Daytime Crawl of Richmond, Sheen and Barnes in June 2017.

The WhatPub link is here: WhatPub/Red Cow

The Pub Heritage Group link is here: PHG/Red Cow