Hackins Hey is one of the medieval lanes of Liverpool, and many people
lived in this narrow alley at the end of the eighteenth century, although the yellow lines are a more recent addition.
directories show that between 1787 and 1805 victuallers were the most
prominent residents, both men and women being listed, as well as many
shopkeepers and craftsmen. The pub, 'Ye Old Hole in the Wall' has been
here since the mid-eighteenth century.
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