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Historical Sights The Beverley Minister in Hull

Beverley, six miles to the north of Hull was once the capital of the East Riding of Yorkshire, home to Beverley Minister regarded as one of the most beautiful and attractive churches in England. It has the architectural grandeur of a cathedral compared to a church as...

Your Guide To The Humber Bridge in Hull

Before the Humber bridge, commuters would go from one place to another using either the Humber Ferry which run in between New Holland Pier and Corporation Pier at Hull, Lincolnshire or by driving through the M62 in the year 1976, M18 this in year 1979. The journey was...

Your Visit To The Hull Maritime Museum

The Hull Maritime Museum was founded back in the year 1912 and moved to the old dock offices in the year 1974. The Offices were formerly the home to The Hull Dock Company until 1893, when the railway from North Eastern took over the running docks. The...

Things to do in Hull

The Deep; There are Lot’s of activities that one can engage in while in Hull. One of the biggest tourist attraction is The Deep, one of the best Britain’s aquarium. It is found in a colossal angular building that appears to be floating over the waters of...

A Little Insight To Our Wonderful Hull

Kingston- upon-Hull is a city founded in the late 12th century. Hull has played some important part in some of the biggest stories in history. Hull sits by river Hull, Humber estuary, east riding of Yorkshire. King Edward 1 bought the port back in 1923 for use as a...