Hull

United Kingdom

Hull

Kingston-upon-Hull or Hull is an English city that previously belonged to Yorkshire, but, since 1997, has been, with its surroundings, a unitary authority called East Yorkshire.



The city has circa 248 000 inhabitants (a 2003 estimates). It is a City.



Hull is located on the banks of the river Hull, on the north side of the Humber, which is the common estuary of two main rivers, the Trent and the Ouse of Yorkshire.

It became a City in 1293, by order of the King Edouard Ist and has sent MPs to Parliament since 1304.


City Hall & Maritime Museum © (1)



Hull and the river Humber © (1)
The Pamir arrived on 05/06/1937 from Port Lincoln, via Falmouth, loaded with Australian wheat.


Hull and the river Humber © (1)


She left by 03/07/1937 for the Seychelles.


The tidal barrier © (1)

The Bounty © (1)

The city centre © (1)

The city centre © (1)

The museum Ship Arctic Corsair

Trinity Church © (2)

The city centre © (1)

The city centre

The guildhall © (1)

Charterhouse © (1)

Cobble Street

The guildhall © (1)

The river Humber © (1)

Photos


120, Pilot No.1, JH Fisher & Pamir
Oil. Thanks Ian Wilson, UK

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (3)

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (4c)

Pamir in Hull in 1937 - Tug Irishman

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (3)

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (3)

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (3)

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (4b)

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (3)

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (4a)

The Pamir in Hull in 1937 © (3)

References

(1) Hull Photos

(2) Hull PCs

(3) Tall Ships

(4) Save The Ships (a) (b) (c)

The voyages of the Pamir

The harbors of the Pamir

The Pamir