Hull City of Culture 2017

 Here are a few views of the city of Kingston upon Hull

and more than a few reasons why you must visit

Tell them Phil sent you !



Gateway to Kingston upon Hull
Market Place Hull

Note the Gold Phonebox (bottom Right) 

This city produced a great Olympic champion - Luke Campbell

The Deep

A unique aquatic experience. 

Hull Fair



Hull New Theatre 




The Hull Truck Theatre


 Hull History Centre



 The Spurn Lightship at the Marina



Hull Marina 


River Hull Tidal Barrier 



 Guild Hall



 City Hall


 City Hall Interior



Pride of Hull Ferry




 KC Stadium - Hull City AFC & Hull FC




KC Lightstream Stadium - Hull Kingston Rovers



Hull Ice Arena - Hull Stingrays 




Find the Toads !



Hull Maritime Museum




Arctic Corsair 

Last of the great Hull fishing Fleet 




Beverley Gate 


Located in the triangle of the St Andrews Shopping Centre, the High Street

and the Old Town this is the place where King Charles 1 was barred from

entering the city of Kingston upon Hull. One of the initiating acts of

the Civil War. See Below:



Charles 1

Barred from entering the City. 



Wilberforce House 

Home of the great abolitionist 



 Famous people who lived in

Kingston upon Hull



William Wilberforce - Abolitionist 



Amy Johnson - Aviator 


 Andrew Marvell - Poet/Politician



Philip Larkin - Poet 



Ian Carmichael OBE - Actor 


Sir Tom Courtenay - Actor 


Maureen Lipman - Actress 




J Arthur Rank -Film Maker

Owner of Pinewood Studios & Odeon Cinemas. 



Luke Campbell - Boxer 



Nick Barnby - Footballer 



Mick Ronson - Musician/Guitarist


 Paul Heaton - Singer/Songwriter


 Trevor Bolder - Musician/Bass Guitarist


Under Construction - More to Follow