EAW028626 ENGLAND (1950). Humber Dock and Prince's Dock, Kingston upon Hull, 1950

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Details

Title [EAW028626] Humber Dock and Prince's Dock, Kingston upon Hull, 1950
Reference EAW028626
Date 5-April-1950
Link
Place name KINGSTON UPON HULL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 509751, 428337
Longitude / Latitude -0.33581414307143, 53.739626793627
National Grid Reference TA098283

Pins

Trolley buses on services 61, 62 and 63 after turning around Queen Victoria's statue are now ready to travel to Chantland Avenue, Newland Avenue and Beverley Road.

John Wass
Saturday 7th of March 2020 08:38:42 PM
The many gaps in the buildings to be seen are witness to the terrible bombing the "North east seaport" as Hull was known, received in WW2.

John Wass
Sunday 22nd of June 2014 08:58:03 PM
The Queen's Dock,once part of a moat around the walled centre of Hull, has now been filled in and has become the Queen's Gardens.

John Wass
Sunday 22nd of June 2014 08:55:09 PM
Railway wagons. They would have got here by ropes and capstans and then in the later years, pushed by a tractor with a steel plate on the front.

John Wass
Sunday 22nd of June 2014 08:51:51 PM