Nine Hartlepool pubs to whet your appetite for pints from decades gone by

Which pub from times gone by was best for a Hartlepool pint?

Saturday, 10th October 2020, 7:00 am
Graythorp Club in Graythorp. Courtesy of the Hartlepool Library Service.
Graythorp Club in Graythorp. Courtesy of the Hartlepool Library Service.

Would any of these have been on your list? We are taking a trip down Memory Lane with the help of the Hartlepool Library Service and the Hartlepool Museum Service.

Thanks to them, we can share these photos including one of Graythorp Club, Bird’s Nest and the Red Lion.

Take a look through our selection and enjoy the memories, and then get in touch to share your recollections.

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The Bird's Nest in Mainsforth Terrace, Hartlepool before its demolition. Photo courtesy of the Hartlepool Library Service.
The Kirkham Hotel in South Crescent closed in the early part of the 2000s. Photo courtesy of the Hartlepool Library Service.
The Ward Jackson at Lynn Street was demolished in 1978. Photo courtesy of the Hartlepool Museum Service.
The Seven Stars is pictured in 1966. Remember it? Photo courtesy of the Hartlepool Library Service.
This pub closed in 1964 and was on the corner of Lynn Street and Garibaldi Street. Photo courtesy of Hartlepool Museum Service.
The Premier Commercial & Temperance Hotel in Stockton Street. Photo courtesy of Hartlepool Library Service.
This view of the Saxon was photographed in 1967. Photo courtesy of the Hartlepool Museum Service.
The Red Lion near Dalton Piercy in 1966. Photo courtesy of the Hartlepool Museum Service.
Which pub was your favourite in Hartlepool in times gone by? Get in touch and tell us more by emailing [email protected]