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    The Pier Head Galway.
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    Queenbrough.
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    Southampton.
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    Seattle.
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    The Plough & Sail at Snape, Suffolk.

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    Chelmsford.

    I mentioned this elsewhere but felt it worth including as the smallest pub in the world.
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    The Plough & Sail at Lowestoft, Suffolk.

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    Chealsea.
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    Leicester.
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    The Plough & Sail in Paglesham, Essex.

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    Potters Bar.
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    Southampton.
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    Herne Bay.
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    Halifax.
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    Oakham.
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    One for Keith!
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    I didn't know that Keith had joined the Royal Family, Rob. :)

    Here is the Pelham Arms in Lewes, East Sussex.

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    Rear Admiral Sir Frederick Thomas Pelham was appointed the Second Naval Lord in 1859. Pelham is the Family name of the Earls of Chichester.
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    Another Pelham Arms at Portsmouth.

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    A third Pelham Arms at Gravesend in Kent.

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    The Enterprise in Holborn, London.

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    The Flying Enterprise Lounge and Restaurant in Cork, County Cork, Ireland.

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    The Flying Enterprise was a freighter badly damaged in a storm, which sank in 1952 despite attempts to rescue her.
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    A blast from the past there Dave.
    I was nearly 5 and the only Radio broadcasts I remember from that time were over Christmas about Captain Carlson and then the death of King George VI on the 6th of February.

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    Szczecin Poland.
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    The Bonny Boat in Kingston-upon-Hull, East Yorkshire,

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    The Bonny Boat is nothing to do with a certain 'Young Pretender' but refers to an Inuit kayak. In 1613 the crew of the ship 'Heartsease' from Hull rescued an Inuit in distress off the coast of Greenland. Sadly, the man died but his kayak and equipment may be seen in Trinity House, Hull. In the pub there is a poem about the rescue and a photograph of the kayak containing an effigy of the Inuit.

    https://www.hullbid.co.uk/articles/o...-400-years-ago

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    The Ernest Shackleton Tulse Hill.
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    Whitstable.
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    The Business of the commander-in-chief is first to bring an enemy fleet to battle on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy, as expeditiously as possible); and secondly to continue them there until the business is decided.

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