EAW028630 ENGLAND (1950). St Stephen's Church, the Bus Depot and the city centre, Kingston upon Hull, 1950

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Title [EAW028630] St Stephen's Church, the Bus Depot and the city centre, Kingston upon Hull, 1950
Reference EAW028630
Date 5-April-1950
Link
Place name KINGSTON UPON HULL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 509158, 428999
Longitude / Latitude -0.34456800302709, 53.745699579346
National Grid Reference TA092290

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I cannot remember the name of this pub,,, but I use to work down spring st (Hothem electrical) and on leaving to join the air force, I had my leaving do here...circa 1973..can,t remember much about it..

lipsee
Thursday 30th of August 2018 10:55:10 AM
Now the site of Hull College

Val
Saturday 26th of November 2016 02:26:09 PM
So much of Hull was destroyed by bombing in WW2 and too much had to be rebuilt.

Val
Saturday 26th of November 2016 02:25:02 PM
Star of the West, West Street. Demolished 1997.

CartoonHead
Wednesday 7th of September 2016 08:31:27 PM
Station Hotel, Middle Street/Brook Street. Demolished 1959

CartoonHead
Wednesday 7th of September 2016 08:27:19 PM
Mostly A.E.C. Regent 3's but there are strangers in the camp.

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 09:16:42 PM
F.R.Scott's ironmongers. This building and the company within still exist and trade here.

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 09:15:00 PM
"Electricity show rooms".

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 09:12:48 PM
The A.B.C. "Regal"cinema. By Paragon railway station stood the ABC Regal. Completed 6 weeks ahead of schedule and opening on 26 January 1934, the vast Regal Cinema with 2,553 seats in stalls and single balcony, was the centrepiece of a £95,000 development mixing leisure, retail and office units. Three years after opening it was acquired by Associated British Cinemas (ABC) on 8 November 1937. In 1989, amid talks of closure the ABC was renamed Cannon, before finally closing 29 June 1989. The building was demolished in 2004, to make way for the St Stephens development.

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 09:11:45 PM
Duggleby's model shop.

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 09:07:39 PM
To catch a bus in these times, you had to weave between all these arriving buses and across the roadway, to gain the stands where they loaded. I don't remember hearing about anyone being "knocked down".

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 09:02:36 PM
The entrance and exit to the railway station to and from the bus station was here.

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 09:00:36 PM
Here was to have been an ice skating arena. It was finally built some 80 years later and about a mile to the right of this site.

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 08:53:44 PM
Hull has always had a thing about towers on the top of buildings. This is the City Registrar's offices and at the other side of the building, in Trippett Street, the motor vehicle documents (Road tax, driving licences etc) office.

John Wass
Friday 7th of November 2014 08:49:36 PM
Trolleybus inbound from Holderness Road is about to circuit the city centre. From here in Saville Street, around the outer circuit in Queen Victoria Square, Carr Lane, a short distance down Anlaby Road and then a right turn into Fernsway before the final right turn into Jamieson Street.

John Wass
Sunday 7th of September 2014 11:12:50 AM
Trolleybus on route 64 will be heading for Holderness Road when it has collected it's passengers from the terminus stop in Jamieson Street.

John Wass
Sunday 7th of September 2014 11:08:15 AM
Pre-fabs, what would post war Britain have done without them?

John Wass
Saturday 5th of July 2014 08:23:22 PM
Hull Brewery Ales.

John Wass
Saturday 5th of July 2014 08:21:40 PM
Mortal remains of badly bombed St.Stephen's church. Not due to last much longer.

John Wass
Friday 4th of July 2014 03:24:26 PM
I thought it was destroyed in the war..

lipsee
Thursday 30th of August 2018 10:51:47 AM
Household coal drops

John Wass
Friday 4th of July 2014 03:22:09 PM
Penna's Icecream

John Wass
Friday 4th of July 2014 03:21:06 PM
#70 trolley bus awaits to depart for the Hessle Road.

John Wass
Wednesday 2nd of July 2014 03:06:56 PM
Nothing out of the ordinary in 1950 is this horse and rully.

John Wass
Wednesday 2nd of July 2014 03:05:19 PM