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Casey Jones Burger Bar

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British Burger Bar chain popular during the 80's.

These outlets were only found in Mainline train stations such as Euston, Kings Cross, Waterloo, Glasgow etc.

They were eventually replaced by Burger King being as they were the biggest burger bar before Macdonalds took over the world.


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Casey Jones Burger Bar Last post by sixtyten
11 March 2011

Do You Remember Casey Jones Burger Bar?

Do You Remember Casey Jones Burger Bar?

  • Anonymous user
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    Yes I certainly do! I has the pleasure of working in them all! As a set ups manager it was my job to close down the store and reopen as a BK! Sadly missed them!
  • Anonymous user
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    I used to work there- at the Euston outlet
  • Anonymous user
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    I used to work in the one at Waterloo when I was a teenager. I would love to catch up with those who I worked with.
    • Anonymous user
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      hi geri, worked at various but mainlt euston and kings cross, yeh would be great to catch up with everybody, had many great times, great parties, how you doing nowadays?
  • Tonybiker
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    Great burgers, as well as Burger King and Wimpy - Don't know why all the fast food sheep like McDonalds tasteless shite!
  • Anonymous user
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    i worked at kings cross and still think the half pounders were wicked !
    • Anonymous user
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      wow, who's this? worked at euston and kings cross. was debbie your manager then? great times !
  • Anonymous user
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    They had one at Birmingham New St. as well, I used to frequent it back in '87 when I went in for regular hospital appointments from Worcestershire (it was before I'd passed my driving test). I converted to vegetarianism about 18 months later, so I confess most GUILTILY that their burgers were really nice! Staff were always rude though....