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    Bristol, as in the novel treasure Island.
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    The Blind Pelican in New Orleans.

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    Freemantle.
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    The Pelican at Tacolneston near Norwich.

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    The Albatross Pub in Berkeley, California.

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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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    It is interesting that the Russians also call the bird an Albatross.

    This Albatros Pub is in Lakeshore Boulevard, Toronto, Canada.

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    California.
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    The Albatross Cafe and Pub at Laguna Phuket in Thailand.

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    Admiral Jervis Oakmoor.
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    The Albatros Pub in Ostrówków, Poland.

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    Earl Howe Nottingham.
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    Not far from where I live, The Admiral Wells. It has the distinction of being the Lowest Pub in Britain.....low in terms of elevation that is....not clientele!

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    You may actually find it in our earlier posts Ken. I know I did one Admiral Wells some time ago.
    Thank you for joining in with this contribution to the thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bligh View Post
    You may actually find it in our earlier posts Ken. I know I did one Admiral Wells some time ago.
    Thank you for joining in with this contribution to the thread.
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    Ah! Sorry for that then.....I'll dig deeper in the past comments before I try again!

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    PS. Yes I have found it and it is indeed the same Pub, I recognise the Pub sign in your original post!
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    Thank you for joining in on this thread, Ken.

    My offering today is the Bar Albatros in Agropoli, Italy.

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    Hope and Anchor, Upper street, Islington, London.

    Looks like the Admiral Wells wants to butt in as well LOL
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    The Albatross Pub at Treviso in Italy.

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    Downham Market
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    The Ancient Mariner pub in Hove, East Sussex.

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    Oxford.
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    The Ancient Mariner at Nether Stowey, Somerset. It is opposite a cottage, which was owned by the famous poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

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    Sorry about yesterday's entry, I have discovered that I have posted it before.

    This Ancient Mariner is in Hove.

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    No worries Dave. Bound to happen after all the ones we have now posted.

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    Here is another Sextant. This time at Portland.
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    Apologies if this one is already posted, there are so many to check through, some are going to be missed!

    Anyway....The Powder Monkey, Exmouth, Devon.
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    Don't think we have had that particular Powder Monkey Ken.
    Anyway I was saying to Dave that with over 1000 pics on the books it is hard to remember just what has gone before.
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    The Three Mariners in Lancaster.

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    Here is a topical one Dave.

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    Victoria Australia.
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    The Empress in Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire.

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    The R.M.S. Empress of Britain was an ocean liner. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Em...Britain_(1905)

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    Llandogo
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    I decided (in a moment of madness) to go through every posting in this thread and see how many Pubs listed I had actually taken a drink in. I gave up the ghost when I got to 14 and I had not gone more than a third of the way through all the postings. An exercise I have to say not for the faint hearted or the very intelligent!

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    I take it that this is a work in progress then Ken 14 and counting. There must be well over 1000 pubs so far and we started off by only doing English ones. There are a couple from abroad that I have used.
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    The White Star pub in Liverpool.

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    White Star was a famous shipping line founded in Liverpool in 1845. It eventually merged with Cunard. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Star_Line

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    Good one Dave.


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    The Cunard Tavern in East Boston, Massachusetts.

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    There was a Cunard pub in Liverpool but it has closed.

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    Fleet at Tewkesbury.
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    Tugboat Annie's Pub and Grille, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.

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    Newfoundland.
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    The Cape of Good Hope at Warwick stands on the bank of the Grand Union Canal.

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    The Shore Inn, East Wittering.
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    There is also a Cape of Good Hope pub in Oxford.

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    Yeovil.
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    I could not find a Cape Horn pub in the U.K. but here is Le Cap Horn bar and restaurant in Le Marais, Paris.

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    There is a Cape Horn Bar in Aberdeen. It's quite nice

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    Was it this one Dave?

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