How about the pub which was built by brewery staff? Or the one which had three names.
What about the pub which once had a tightrope act on its roof.
We can share them with you – as well as some wonderful photographs – courtesy of the Hartlepool Museum Service and Hartlepool Library Service.
The pubs of Hartlepool have some wonderful backgrounds and here is your chance to take a look.
5. The pub with a quoits ground
The Queen Hotel was a public house on the corner of Nelson Street which opened in 1864 and closed in 1963, said the Library Service.They added that it had a quoit ground, according to Lion Roars and Monkey Bites by Marie-Louise McKay. Photo: Hartlepool Library Service.
Photo: Hartlepool Library Service
6. The pub with pit props
The Pink Domino in Catcote Road was opened in 1958 and demolished in 2011-12 and the interior was elm panelled with pit props facing the counters and cedar canopies above them. Did you love this pub?
7. The pub damaged by a fire next door
The Central public house was badly damaged in the 1922 Timber Yard fire. It was demolished in 1981. Photo: Hartlepool Museum Service.
Photo: Hartlepool Museum Service
8. The pub built by staff
The Powlett Hotel in Powlett Road was built by Camerons own staff in 1954. Does this place bring back happy memories?