The Anchor Pub, Bankside; 2009

The Anchor Pub, Bankside; 2009
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The Anchor Pub on The River Thames, was rebuilt in 1676 after fire devastated the area. The pubs original structure has been added to over the centuries, creating a maze of beamed rooms. One is named after Dr. Johnson, the lexicographer and writer, who drank here regularly and was a friend of the Thrale's who owned the pub. A copy of Johnson's dictionary is on display.
It was from this pub that Samuel Pepys witnessed the awesome destruction of the Great Fire of London in 1666.

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