A short Hull tour
Sat 28 Jul 2018
Mouth of the River Hull from Hull Pier
Truelove - two Inuits who came to Hull on the whaler Truelove in 1849,
one died of measles on the voyage home
Hull's Transport Museum opened here in the former Corn Exchange in
1925. It claimed to be the first museum of its kind
Painted last year in honour of John Ven, born in Hull where is father
was a vicar in Drypool. He left when he was 4
and Maritime Buildings, the former offices of Jouhn Good & Sons,
agents for the Finland Steamship Company.
Between 1891 and 1924 more than 300,000 Finns went to America through Hull
where they caught trains to
Liverpool and other Atlantic ports.
Land of Green Ginger and Manor St
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