This public house was situated on the north corner of the High Street and Porter's Lane. It dates to the 1850s and was known as the Anchor Arms until c.1870. The building was occupied by the I. O. W Steam Packet Co. in 1845, and by coaching agents prior to this. It was one of a number of old public houses in that area, all of which were destroyed during the Blitz in World War Two.

Waterman's Arms, High Street

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Photograph, c.1935


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