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The soil was easily farmed and transportation was more convenient.
In the Roman and late Roman eras the community appears to have been both a market town and religious centre. There is no entry for Baldock in the Domesday Book.
From 1808 to 1814, Baldock hosted a station in the shutter telegraph chain that connected the Admiralty in London to its naval ships in the port of Great Yarmouth.Throughout the early 20th century a large number of pubs continued to operate, many of which were sustained by the adjacent and much larger town of Letchworth, which had no alcohol retailers prior to 1958, and had only two pubs and a single hotel bar until the mid-1990s.Its larger population had for many years visited both Baldock and Hitchin for refreshment.Many Roman remains have been discovered during building work in and around the town, and the core of the Roman settlement lies between Walls Field and Bakers Close.Earlier Iron Age remains have also been uncovered in the same general location, which may be the earliest town ever to develop in Britain.
Nearby towns include Royston to the northeast, Letchworth and Hitchin to the southwest and Stevenage to the south.