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Whichwarehouse specialises in sourcing warehouse space and is the first port of call for all companies and individuals looking for warehousing - be it short term, long term or just a temporary/seasonal overspill.
Hartlepool Abbey was founded by St Aidan in 640, with the town of Hartlepool growing around it over the coming century. During the Middle Ages, the town became the official port of the County Palatine of Durham. The town continued to expand and the Industrial Revolution saw major rail links established with the South Durham coal fields and the south. A new port was also constructed to meet the demand. This expansion led to the establishment of the new town of West Hartlepool. Hartlepool became a target of the German Navy during the First World War as a result of its heavy industry, but the town went into decline after the Second World War as it suffered the decline in industry seen in so many other places around the British Isles at that time. Since the 1990s, the town has once again been on the rise, as a series of successful redevelopment projects have turned the once heavy industrial docks into a marina.
If you require warehouse space in Hartlepool, let us assist you in choosing the right one to suit your needs. Whether you are after pallet storage or order fulfilment services, we can find a warehouse that will accommodate your goods and offer you additional services. Most warehouses offer pick and pack and distribution services to send products to your customers on your behalf.
Hartlepool is within both the Borough of Hartlepool and the ceremonial County Durham. Between 1974 and 1996 it was a major part of the now defunct County of Cleveland.
Transport in Hartlepool
Hartlepool is linked to the A19 by the A179 and A689, connecting the town to Durham and Tyneside in the north, and Billingham, Stockton, Middlesbrough and York to the south west. Seaton Carew, Graythorpe, Seal Sands, Port Clarence and Middlesbrough (via the famous Transporter Bridge) are accessible to the south by the A178, while the A1086 to the north leads to Crimdon, Blackhall, Horden and Easington.
Hourly services to Sunderland, Newcastle and Middlesbrough run from Hartlepool and Seaton Carew railway stations along the Durham Coast Line. Grand Central operates a high speed rail connection from Sunderland to London.
Various bus services link Hartlepool to other major towns and cities in the area, including Billingham, Stockton, Middlesbrough, Peterlee, Durham, Dalton Park, Seaham, Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland, Washington, Gateshead and Newcastle.
Hartlepool’s historic docks are still in operation, though only a fraction of their former size. In an effort to halt the town’s industrial decline, many of the former docks were converted into a marina, capable of berthing 500 vessels. A lock connects the marina to the sea and many visitors laying over in the harbour take advantage of the town’s amenities.