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    The Black Robin at Kingston, Kent. The first Black Robin was a highwayman but it later became a Kentish slang name for a smuggler since this pub was one of those where the smugglers held meetings and sold their wares.

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    The Jack Sparrow Bar at Chertsey in Surrey.

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    Captain Jack Sparrow is, of course, the 'hero'(?) of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' series of films.

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    I'm surprised they haven't had a visit from Mr Mouse's lawyers

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    They will Dave, they will.
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    Burton upon Trent.
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    Aldershot
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    Captain Hook's Bar at Seaside Heights, New Jersey, USA.

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    The Captain Hook Rock & Metal Pub at Rhodes in Greece.

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    Burton on Trent.
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    The Hook and Hatchet at Hucking near Maidstone, Kent.

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    The "Hook and Hatchet" originally referred to the badge of a Chief Petty Officer ship-wright - who had the authority to order timber-felling for the construction and fitting-out of ships for the British Navy in bygone days.

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    Chapel St Leonards.
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    The London Trader at Hastings in East Sussex.

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    Farnham.
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    Dover.
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    The Trade Winds at Cobh in Ireland.

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    Faversham.
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    St Brelade.
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    The Admiral Vernon at Over in Cambridgeshire.

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    {Information |Description={{en|1=Captains Cabin, a pub in John Mackintosh Square, Gibraltar}} |Source=[http://www.flickr.com/photos/certo/4153896378/ Gibraltar] |Author=[http://www.flickr.com/photos/certo/ Certo] |Date=2009-08-07 |Permi
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    Wool, Dorchester.
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    The Vernon Arms Hotel at Poynton, Stockport, Cheshire.

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    Another Vernon Arms, this time at Southrepps in North Norfolk, United Kingdom.

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    The Vernon Arms at Spondon in Derbyshire.

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    Gig Harbor USA.
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    The Vernon Arms in Liverpool, Merseyside.

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    The Rum Barrel East Caribbean bar in Amsterdam, Holland.

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    There is also a Rum Barrel West.

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    Halifax Canada.
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    The Rum Barrel in Key West, Florida, USA. Apparently this pub has over 130 rums from which to choose.

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    The Rum & Crab Shack at St Ives in Cornwall.

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    Lamlash. Isle of Arran.
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    The Wooden Walls Micropub in Bristol. At one time the ships of the Royal Navy were described as 'The Wooden Walls of Old England'.

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    Nice one Dave!
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    Paris.
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    The William Dampier at Yeovil in Somerset.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Dampier

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    Pipped at the post Dave.
    That was going to be my pub for today.
    I would have used it yesterday but had already posted before I saw the Dampier posting.
    Well done for finding it.

    I got it with a shot of the sign though.

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