Photo gallery: Raising another glass to Hartlepool's pubs and clubs

We all have different ideas of what makes a good boozer.

Saturday, 17th November 2018, 2:48 pm
Updated Saturday, 17th November 2018, 2:59 pm
Perhaps Hartlepool's most famous pub picture ever. Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, right, with former town boxer Teddy Gardner in the Victoria Hotel in 1959.

With The Globe celebrating becoming the Hartlepool Mail Pub of the Year for the third time in succession, we thought we would pay tribute to town pubs both past and present. Enjoy reminiscing over these pictures? Why not taste another round here.

Perhaps Hartlepool's most famous pub picture ever. Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, right, with former town boxer Teddy Gardner in the Victoria Hotel in 1959.
Where were you when England won rugby's World Cup in 2003? The former Knights bar, in Church Square, perhaps?

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Remember The Clansman, in Stockton Street, Hartlepool town centre?
Who remembers popular landlord Alan Bridges at the town centre Wetherspoons bar? Here he toasts a beer festival back in 2003.
A relatively recent addition to the Hartlepool pub scene, here's a staff picture from 2014.
Ever enjoy a quick pint in this former town boozer?
Much-loved Headland boozer where a warm welcome is guaranteed. Even its resident ghost may join you for a pint.
Another popular Headland boozer, The Pot House was previously known as The Harbour of Refuge. Here fundraiser James Wood prepares for an ice bucket soaking in 2014 from Joel Marshall, left, and Kyle Pinchen as pub boss Elaine Gooding watches.
Resigned faces watch England suffer another World Cup football exit as Germany triumph 4-1 in 2010.
Manager Laura Bennett and assistant manager Craig Devon prepare for St Patrick's Day at their Irish bar down Hartlepool Marina in March 2008.