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The Cleveland and Teesside Media Archive

Ship Inn Middlesbrough
Cleveland and Teesside Media Archive
Ship Inn Middlesbrough

Ship Inn, Stockton Street, St Hilda's, Middlesbrough taken from the roof of the Custom House, North Street, St. Hilda's, Middlesbrough.

The Ship Inn was later renamed The Middlehaven, it was the oldest pub in the town first licensed in 1831, it was gutted by fire in the year 2012.
Picture added on 18 September 2012 at 15:39
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Comments:
What happened to the Ship Inn after the fire? Was it rebuilt?
Added by Michele McAvoy on 15 September 2014
After the fire in 2012. Are there plans to rebuild this historic landmark? If not it would be really sad to loose another piece of Middlesbrough History! So many old building have gone! I know it a question of funds, but surely something could be done.
Added by Michele McAvoy on 15 September 2014
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