Plan of central Hull, 1966

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Victoria County History

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K. J. Allison (editor)

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1969

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'Plan of central Hull, 1966', A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 1: The City of Kingston upon Hull (1969), pp. XXI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66769 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Plan of central Hull, 1966


Central Hull, 1966

Central Hull, 1966

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1. Union Three Crane Staith

2. Chapel Lane Staith

3. Bishop Lane Staith

4. Scale Lane Staith

5. Church Lane Staith

6. Rotenhering Staith

7. Blaydes Staith

8. Manor Street

9. Bowlalley Lane

10. Land of Green Ginger

11. North Church Side

12. South Church Side

13. Vicar Lane

14. Prince's Dock Street

15. Humber Dock Street

16. Queen Victoria Square

17. Trinity House Lane

18. King Street

19. George Yard

20. Robinson Row

21. Holy Trinity Church

22. St. Mary's Church

23. Site of Augustinian Friary

24. Site of Carmelite Friary

25. Old Dagger Lane Chapel

26. New Dagger Lane Chapel, later Mariners' Church

27. Fish Street Congregational chapel

28. Site of Albion Chapel (Congregational)

29. Site of Friends' meeting-house

30. Friend's meeting-house

31. Central Hall (Methodist)

32. Site of Queen's Hall (Methodist)

33. Site of Clowes Chapel (Methodist)

34. St. Andrew's Church (Presbyterian)

35. Site of Manor Alley Unitarian chapel

36. St. Charles Borromeo Church (R.C.)

37. Site of Robinson Row synagogue

38. Synagogue (Old Hebrew Congregation)

39. Danish Lutheran Church

40. German Lutheran Church

41. Grammar School and Merchants' Hall

42. Trinity House Navigation School

43. College of Art

44. Technical College

45. Police Headquarters

46. Trippett Baths

47. Site of North Bridge (replaced in 1931)

48. Paragon Station and Station Hotel

49. Trinity House

50. Site of Master Mariners' Almshouse

51. Corn Exchange

52. Statue of William III

53. Site of Theatre Royal

54. Site of Queen's Theatre

55. New Theatre

56. Ferens Art Gallery

57. Central Library

58. Site of Royal Institution

59. Church Institute

60. Site of Guildhall and prison

61. Site of gaol (1875)

62. Site of United Gaol and House of Correction

63. Exchange (1866)

64. Custom House

65. Telephone Exchange

66. Hull and Sculcoates Dispensary

67. Neptune Inn

68. Site of Charity Hall and house of correction

69. City Hall

70. Hull Brewery

71. Dock Office (1820)

72. Dock Office (1871)

73. Warehouses mentioned in the text

74. White Hart Inn

75. Wilberforce House

76. Maisters House

77. Blaydes House

78. Corporation flats (1900)

79. Wilberforce Monument

80. Former site of Wilberforce Monument