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GUEST,Banjoman Folklore: Odd pub names (412* d) RE: Folklore: Odd pub names 23 Jan 03

When Harold Wilson was Prime Minister he was also MP for Huyton Liverpool and a pub there was named The Pipe and Gannexe after his style of dress.

In Ormskirk there was a pub called The Kicking Donkey and I used to know of one called The Eureka but can't remember where.

The Eagle & Child On East Precot Rd Liverpool was known affectionally as The Buzard & Bastard

There was also a pub in Liverpool named The Cockwell Inn but not to sure if that was its official name.

Drank once in London in The Case is Altered.

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