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    Great minds think alike, Rob. :)

    Here is 'The Humber'. public house in Coventry.

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    Chester.
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    The Crusoe Hotel in Lower Largo, Fife, Scotland. Lower Largo is the birthplace of Alexander Selkirk, who was actually marooned on a South Pacific island. His exploits are considered to have been an inspiration for Daniel Defoe's novel 'Robinson Crusoe'. Hence the name of the hotel.

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    Glasgow.
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    The Humber Tavern at Paull, near Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

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    Paris.
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    The Hope and Anchor at Barton-upon-Humber, East Yorkshire.

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    Hope and Anchor Name Origins
    Biblical reference - from Letter to the Hebrews chapter 6, verse 19 "We have this as a sure and steadfast anchor of the soul, a hope". Also considered to be a nautical reference.

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    Hackney.
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    Across the Humber at South Ferriby in North Lincolnshire, there is another Hope and Anchor public house.

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    Southampton.
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    The Hope & Anchor at Hope Cove, Salcombe, Devon,

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    Brighton
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    Nether Stowey.
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    The Hope & Anchor at Wokingham, Berkshire.

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    Luckington.
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    The Hope & Anchor, Brixton, London.

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    Musselbrough.
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    The Hope & Anchor at Greatham, Hartlepool, Teesside.

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    Liverpool.
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    Blackburn Lancs.

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    Bromsgrove.
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    The Man O' War Bar & Restaurant at Courtlough, Balbriggan, County Dublin, Eire.

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    The Man O' War Bar & Restaurant at Lulworth in Dorset.

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    Henley on Thames.
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    Chertsey Surrey.
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    The Captain Webb pub in Telford, Shropshire. He was born at Dawley near Telford. Captain Matthew Webb was the first person to swim across the English Channel without the use of artificial aids. Before becoming famous he was the Captain of the steamship Emerald.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_Webb
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    Farnham.
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    There is a second pub named after Captain Webb at Crewe in Cheshire.

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    Nether Stowey.
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    The White Horse in Dover, Kent. There is nothing nautical about this pub's name but inside the walls and ceilings are covered with the signatures and messages from cross-Channel swimmers. There is no space for more, so now the swimmers sign a book.

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    Viareggio.
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    Benalmedina.
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    The Atlantis Bar, Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland.

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    New Romney.
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    The Atlantis Club in Southend-on-Sea, Essex.

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    The Ship Inn Newnham upon Severn.
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    North Devon.
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    The Atlantis Pub in Verona, Italy.

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    Luckington
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    The Bar Atlantis at Fuengirola, Spain.

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    Been there Dave, but not here.
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    The Atlantis Bar in Gumbet, Turkey.

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    Old Royal Ship Inn. Luckington.
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    You don't get many of these either Dave. This one is in Durban SA.
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    The Inn Deep, Glasgow, Scotland.
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    The Pub du Corsaire in Saint Jean de Luz, France.

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