Meander along the Headwaters of the Hull

Exploring the Sources of the River Hull Just where does the River Hull start? The Open Bridges exhibition inspired many discussions about its origins. We heard about places to explore the springs and streams – one couple spoke of the spring rising in their own back garden. So, our first outing for A River Full … Continue reading Meander along the Headwaters of the Hull

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Comrade down the Hull

Saturday 20th April 2019 It was a beautiful day when the Humber keel Comrade sailed down the River Hull to spend the summer in the Marina. We had a great time talking to Bill Midgley in the Comrade at Beverley before the trip. Our friend the photographer Syd Young was cycling from Stoneferry to Scott … Continue reading Comrade down the Hull

Humber Keel Comrade and Amy Howson Sail to Hull

See the Humber keel Comrade and sloop Amy Howson sail from Beverley to Hull on Saturday April 20th 2019 The Comrade and sloop Amy Howson will be sailing together from their winter moorings at Crane Hill Wharf on Beverley Beck down the River Hull to their summer berths in Hull Marina. It will be a … Continue reading Humber Keel Comrade and Amy Howson Sail to Hull

Happy Birthday Syntan

Happy 70th Birthday to the motor barge Syntan! Beautifully restored by the Beverley Barge Preservation Society and moored at Beverley Beck, the Syntan is having a weekend of celebrations to mark 70 years since she was built - in 1949 by Hepworth's Shipyard in Paull - for Richard Hodgson Tanners in Beverley. We had a … Continue reading Happy Birthday Syntan

Open Bridges: Scale Lane Bridge

Scale Lane is the latest bridge to span the river and connect the city. It became the focus of a number of events during Hull's City of Culture year: used as a musical instrument for Playing the Bridge -  an artistic commission and performance devised by bridge architect Jonathan McDowell and composer Nye Parry who are both … Continue reading Open Bridges: Scale Lane Bridge

Open Bridges: Sutton Road

This week's focus is on Sutton Road Bridge, built in 1939 by the Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company with distinctive brick engine rooms. Our gallery of photographs of Sutton Road Bridge below was taken for Open Bridges. Click on an image to see the full picture and scroll through. Rich & Lou Duffy-Howard Open Bridges … Continue reading Open Bridges: Sutton Road

Open Bridges: from the MV Syntan 21.07.2017

We travelled on the Syntan down the Hull at four knots from Grovehill Wharf in Beverley to Hull Marina on a blustery summers day. We were timing distances between bridges for the Open Bridges event in the September. We documented the journey in five stages. You can click on the links below to see each … Continue reading Open Bridges: from the MV Syntan 21.07.2017

Draining Hull – Peter Greendale

"Have you ever driven down Cottingham Road from the Beverley Road junction to the roundabout near The Goodfellowship and wondered......”what is that strip of land in front of the large houses on the left and why do the streets and many of the drives to the houses apparently have bridges and the roads have bridge … Continue reading Draining Hull – Peter Greendale

The River Hull 1977-85 by Peter Marshall

Researching the Foredyke Stream we stumbled on an image of the Foredyke Path which in turn led us to the wonderful photography of Peter Marshall. Peter posted a photograph of Hull a day during Hull's City of Culture year and last year Cafe Royal Books published The River Hull 1977-85. Cafe Royal produces beautiful limited … Continue reading The River Hull 1977-85 by Peter Marshall

Hull Fast Film

Hull Fast Film made in 1992 by Andy Hazell with soundtrack by Hallam Lewis... Iconic images and sounds of Hull, the River, barges, pilots, docks, ships and shops, fish and chips, streets, houses, Hull Fair, have a look and explore this fascinating art film, now social history of Hull. Originally a twin screen film projected … Continue reading Hull Fast Film