What was brick alley? any pictures?an...
McKLightning

United States

#63 Mar 5, 2012
White Lightning wrote:
I'm done crawling in the ooze & slime people like you have been bred from. I would pay you & your hospital bills plus the assault charges if you would 'please say that to my face.' Only some low-life punk would make those statements. You won't
because you're a gutless sissy-boy that would cry &
want to sue after gettin your teeth punched down your throat. By the way, I'm not mad, I just enjoy teaching inbred, loudmouths some manners. Elizabeth is less than 2 miles from my house, we can meet anywhere. If not, put up or shut up. After
this I will report your posts to the moderator.
Back before I was doing anger management and sheep therapy, this is the type of messages that I would post. I have matured since then and now see things from the gutless sissy boy perspective. Huggs, McK.....Hugg therapy for all.

Love,
McKLightning

XOXOXOXO

PS I giggle about the whole Brick Alley thread now....hehehehehe...what a bunch of funny posts.
Spook

Winchester, VA

#65 Apr 23, 2013
White Lightning wrote:
Virtually nothing can be said about McKeesport without mentioning Brick Alley, the red light district. Open prostitution flourished in Brick Alley .Brick Alley was famous all over the United States and in some parts of Europe.
Local servicemen stationed on the West Coast were embarrassed to tell their buddies they were from McKeesport for fear of the inevitable remark, "You mean Brick Alley McKeesport?"
Although black women prostituted in Brick Alley, black men supposedly were not permitted to enter the area.
Actually, back in the 50's, black men were employed by the house madams for security purposes. I knew of one such individual known locally as Sugarfoot. Enormous man who liked kids. Would chase us but somehow we would all manage to make our escape.
Horror History

Mckeesport, PA

#66 Apr 23, 2013
No Crusing Zone wrote:
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I have the book and will check out grandma. I seem to recall the junk yard on the corner, Rose Tavern, Mary Street, and of course the infamous Alley.
Stubenville OH and Monessen gave the Alley a lot of competition.
So did Homestead and I think it was called Snow's Bar on the street next to the railroad tracks? I always took that route on my way to evening classes at an Oakland university. But I never missed or was late for an evening class.

I seem to recall that a few of the McKeesport houses operated almost under the Jerome St bridge near the Palisades. That had to be around 1959/60 and the working girls would try to side track the Palisades dance patrons on Saturday evenings.

Those were the good old days when the town was booming and banging.
You are a Big Man

Kabul, Afghanistan

#67 May 26, 2013
McKLightning wrote:
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Back before I was doing anger management and sheep therapy, this is the type of messages that I would post. I have matured since then and now see things from the gutless sissy boy perspective. Huggs, McK.....Hugg therapy for all.
Love,
McKLightning
XOXOXOXO
PS I giggle about the whole Brick Alley thread now....hehehehehe...what a bunch of funny posts.
It takes a really big man to admit his foibles and at 6 feet 250 pounds, you are definitely one big man. Maybe too big....just sayin'....ole porko!!! Soooooooeeeeeeeee.
Brick Alley History

Mckeesport, PA

#68 Jun 7, 2013
Brick Alley

Picture of the infamous "Brick Alley". Brick Alley was noted for it's many "Houses of Prostitution". The first house on the left belonged to my Uncle, David C. Jenkins Jr, which was a house of prostitution.

The next house belonged to Gladys Ailstock. She ran a kinda "speakeasy". The last house on left belonged to Bessie Moore, which was a house of prostitution. The tunneled building was the Peter's Packing Company, which was a meat packing plant. For the sake of accuracy and based on my experiences in that neighborhood I am saying the following: I only remember seeing 2 white prostitutes working in any of the houses there in all the many years I lived at 121 9th. Street.

They were only there for a couple of days as I remember. The females that worked and lived in the houses were black. All the "Johns" that visited the prostitutes were white. The city officials knew that the houses were operating as such, but turned their heads. Every once in a while there was a "police raid" but it was for political reasons as the whole neighborhood knew when and what houses were going to be "raided". We would sit on our porch at 121 9th to wait for the "Paddy Wagon". Also I remember being in one of my Uncle's house during a Christmas Holiday and seeing City Officials visiting to receive their case of liquor.

Tom O'Neil writes "Gads. Whenever I went out of town as I got older, the first thing people would ask you about or comment on was Brick Alley!!!

"I'm from McKeesport, PA. " "Oh, that's where Brick Alley is? "Never failed. My brother was a police lieutenant and as you said the operators were always told of a raid held for public relations purposes and city officials never forgot to go there for their Xmas gifts."
Pattie Pissflaps

West Mifflin, PA

#69 Jun 8, 2013
my mom gave out hand jobs back in the 60's there it was 2 bucks a 'POP'
errand boy

Houston, TX

#70 Mar 31, 2014
dennise silva wrote:
I just heard of the Brick arick alley.llley, what was it? any stories? who worked there?
i call myself errand boy, because i used to run errands for the prostitutes in brick alley. as a matter ou like to know?of fact, my aunt had a house there.what would you like to know?
errand boy

Houston, TX

#71 Mar 31, 2014
Brick Alley History wrote:
Brick Alley
Picture of the infamous "Brick Alley". Brick Alley was noted for it's many "Houses of Prostitution". The first house on the left belonged to my Uncle, David C. Jenkins Jr, which was a house of prostitution.
The next house belonged to Gladys Ailstock. She ran a kinda "speakeasy". The last house on left belonged to Bessie Moore, which was a house of prostitution. The tunneled building was the Peter's Packing Company, which was a meat packing plant. For the sake of accuracy and based on my experiences in that neighborhood I am saying the following: I only remember seeing 2 white prostitutes working in any of the houses there in all the many years I lived at 121 9th. Street.
They were only there for a couple of days as I remember. The females that worked and lived in the houses were black. All the "Johns" that visited the prostitutes were white. The city officials knew that the houses were operating as such, but turned their heads. Every once in a while there was a "police raid" but it was for political reasons as the whole neighborhood knew when and what houses were going to be "raided". We would sit on our porch at 121 9th to wait for the "Paddy Wagon". Also I remember being in one of my Uncle's house during a Christmas Holiday and seeing City Officials visiting to receive their case of liquor.
Tom O'Neil writes "Gads. Whenever I went out of town as I got older, the first thing people would ask you about or comment on was Brick Alley!!!
"I'm from McKeesport, PA. " "Oh, that's where Brick Alley is? "Never failed. My brother was a police lieutenant and as you said the operators were always told of a raid held for public relations purposes and city officials never forgot to go there for their Xmas gifts."
you failed to mention my aunt jenny, who had the last house on the left, after peters packing house. the most famous of ladies working in the alley, was ms kitty, who worked for ms jenny.are you one of minnies kids? bonnie, kathy, deborah , mildred, david, or pleaman?
errand boy

Houston, TX

#72 Mar 31, 2014
you failed to mention ms. jenny, who had the last house on the left, after peters packing house. she hadd the most famous of all the ladies working there, ms. kitty.are you one of minnie jenkins kids?
Jeffery

Homestead, PA

#73 Mar 31, 2014
my grandma werrked there back in the 60,s the strret was called mary strret and I rembember going there to git my 1st peace of tial for 5 buks. I rememeber the junk yerd across the stret. I kiss those days when I would go there on a Friday night and get laid at least 3 times.
my older brother married the one prostitute and had 10 kids .
Brick Alley Hobos

Pittsburgh, PA

#74 Apr 26, 2014
When you visit Brick Alley, recommend avoiding the hobo tent. Those dirty pervs have more in mind than just your typical body search.
best head in town

Homestead, PA

#75 Apr 26, 2014
dennise silva wrote:
I just heard of the Brick allley, what was it? any stories? who worked there?
my mom and aunt worked there in the 60's they would shine flashlights onto their boobs sticking out of windows at night to attract guys.

they both retired and moved to costa rica and married millionaires
yes they were that good
Drink Drink Drink

Mckeesport, PA

#76 Apr 27, 2014
best head in town wrote:
<quoted text> my mom and aunt worked there in the 60's they would shine flashlights onto their boobs sticking out of windows at night to attract guys.
they both retired and moved to costa rica and married millionaires
yes they were that good
Any draft beer from any of the politically connected and slot machine hosting bars along Walnut Street have the beat head on a draft.
Harry Nutsack

Philadelphia, PA

#77 Apr 27, 2014
I use to go there and nail the finest black chick's McKeesport had to offer. I would go there once a week and drop my load all over their face.
Brick Alley Spin Off

Mckeesport, PA

#78 Apr 27, 2014
Harry Nutsack wrote:
I use to go there and nail the finest black chick's McKeesport had to offer. I would go there once a week and drop my load all over their face.
My friend who like to jump the bones of the Mary, Rose, and Brick Alley working ladies got the finest infestation of crabs.

The crabs picking and harvest was so enormous that he opened a successful crab market down on he Pittsburgh strip district next to one of those world famous fish wholesalers.
big larry

Homestead, PA

#79 Apr 28, 2014
I used to get my knob polished for 2 bucks back then at least 3 times a week.
I used to make that old skank gag on my incher
Rooster

West Mifflin, PA

#80 Jun 23, 2014
I think the women that worked brick alley were cleaner than those hoes that live in the city. if you ever smelled a woman's crotch in the port you'd know what I mean which is still true today
White Lightning

Pittsburgh, PA

#81 Jun 23, 2014
I'd prefer to spend my money on farm animals. Are there still sheep available for dates on brick alley.

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#82 Jun 26, 2014
Your interest in B.A. is understandable . Your daddy was a twink who cleaned up the girls between sessions . One night he spit on a rat & that rat became impregnated & all of a sudden the 'Booger Eatin Moron was born . Keep going flunky boy - I'll destroy you at the high end of intelligent, civil debate OR at the scummy sewer mentality you travel in.
Kinda like beatin up a one legged man in an ass-kickin contest . All my love & best wishes .
IGA

Elizabeth, PA

#83 Jun 26, 2014
McK Lightning wrote:
Your interest in B.A. is understandable . Your daddy was a twink who cleaned up the girls between sessions . One night he spit on a rat & that rat became impregnated & all of a sudden the 'Booger Eatin Moron was born . Keep going flunky boy - I'll destroy you at the high end of intelligent, civil debate OR at the scummy sewer mentality you travel in.
Kinda like beatin up a one legged man in an ass-kickin contest . All my love & best wishes .
Speaking of asskicking, where are you? Wow never met such a puss who couldn't backup his mouth

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