Middlesbrough's shameful past as the capital of sin - and the infamous pubs that fuelled it

Middlesbrough's shameful past as the capital of sin - and the infamous pubs that fuelled it
 

The recent growth of micro-pubs in Middlesbrough is not a new phenomenon - a similar development followed the birth of the town back in the 19th Century.
But instead of the likes of Baker Street and Linthorpe Road, the sprawling mass of drinking joints sprung up in St Hilda’s, close to the docks.
Many of the pubs were no bigger than a living room in a terraced house and were often just yards apart.
But with these bars was born the town’s most shameful period, from 1830–1868 when it was nothing short of a frontier town, servicing the dark desires of an exploding population.
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16 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 38
Source: Gazette Live
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