EPW012696 ENGLAND (1925). The Humber and Prince's Docks and environs, Kingston upon Hull, 1925

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Details

Title [EPW012696] The Humber and Prince's Docks and environs, Kingston upon Hull, 1925
Reference EPW012696
Date 6-May-1925
Link
Place name KINGSTON UPON HULL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 509731, 428271
Longitude / Latitude -0.33614069778044, 53.739037972907
National Grid Reference TA097283

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"Corporation pier", built to give access to the New Holland ferry's run by the Great Central railway company. It was also a part of the grand Sunday promenade for the locals.

John Wass
Wednesday 12th of June 2019 03:00:59 PM
Electricity generation station for the trams. Houses roundabout were supplied either at 300 volts DC bellowed earth or 300 volts above earth.

John Wass
Wednesday 12th of June 2019 02:55:48 PM
Track in this area was tarmacked over but now it has been cleaned as part of the "Hull, city of culture."

John Wass
Wednesday 12th of June 2019 02:49:37 PM
Site of the Beverley Gate where access to the town was refused to King Charles 1 in 1642 This link explains more https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortifications_of_Kingston_upon_Hull

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:34:18 PM

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:29:59 PM

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:29:12 PM
Humber Dock. Along with the next docks to the north, Prince's Dock and running NE, the Queen's Dock were all built on the town moat.

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:28:42 PM

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:26:11 PM
Railway Street.

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:25:42 PM
Wellington Street.

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:24:57 PM
Kingston Street.

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:24:03 PM
First railway station in Hull, built by the Hull & Selby company in 1840. This link explains more.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manor_House_Street_railway_station

John Wass
Sunday 29th of May 2016 08:21:22 PM
Photo taken from this spot looking westwards showing little now remains of track or buildings in 2015.

John Wass
Saturday 28th of November 2015 03:00:45 PM
Ferry ticket office. Built by the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincoln railway company which became the Great Central railway company. It was a "railway station" one of only two in the UK never to see a train. http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/h/hull_corporation_pier/

John Wass
Wednesday 1st of October 2014 03:51:05 PM
Wellington Street.

John Wass
Wednesday 1st of October 2014 03:45:11 PM
Humber Street, centre of the local and imported fruit and veg industry.

John Wass
Wednesday 1st of October 2014 03:44:38 PM

Nick
Thursday 24th of July 2014 05:33:08 PM
The Minerva Public House

Nick
Thursday 24th of July 2014 05:32:43 PM
Hull City Hall

Nick
Thursday 24th of July 2014 05:32:15 PM
Paragon station.

John Wass
Tuesday 1st of July 2014 03:56:15 PM