The Wall

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The Wall

The splash-boat staircase

Up the wall they filed expectant with memories and thoughts of raised arms excited screams, drenched clothes and dripping hair.

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Rank Hovis

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Rank Hovis

Abandoned

The “Clarence Flour Mills were built for Rank Ltd in 1952 around the grain silo of an older flour mill, much of which was destroyed by bombing in World War II. Rank became ‘Rank Hovis McDougall’ in 1962. The original mill was built for Joseph Rank by city architect and fellow methodist Alfred Gelder in 1891. The part of the building with the round windows and lighter brickwork is what remains of the older silo. Joseph’s son Joseph Arthur grew up to become a world-renowned film producer and distributor and founder of the Rank Organisation.” – Paul Glazzard

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Prince Street

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Prince Street

In the rain

In the old town through an old arch the curved Georgian homes, pave-stones, and cobbles of Prince Street glisten on a wet day.

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Foggy Road

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Foggy Road

On a damp winter’s morn

“My way is long but the road is foggy, foggy My way is so long so long But the road is foggy, foggy My head never swell, My heart never leap, I never have no fear from within” – Burning Spear

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Foggy Flats

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Foggy Flats

Quietly breathing

On the Orchard Park Estate hidden deep inside an early morning fog stands the once seething carcass of the Highcourt flats.

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The Willerby Low Road

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The Willerby Low Road

Strolling with bags

A loving couple without a care in the world (or so they pretend) saunter down the Willerby Low Road towards the village of Cottingham as the trees move in for the kill.

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The Deep

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The Deep

Where the Citadel once stood

From down the ‘horse wash’ ramp on the land known as Sammy’s Point stand’s The Deep (a privately owned public aquarium) which can be seen emerging from the Humber mud like a slowly sinking boat… The Citadel was a moated triangular bastioned artillery fortification built in the 1680s, and ‘Sammy’s Point’ is named after a large ship yard opened in 1857 by Martin Samuelson from Hamburg. Samuelson (the son of a merchant from Liverpool) also built the ‘North Bridge’ over the River Hull.

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The Humber Bridge

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The Humber Bridge

Through a bush darkly

The majestic Humber Suspension Bridge glimpsed through the corner of my eye as it reaches across the terror-tides of the Humber Estuary. The bridge is 7,283 feet long, so long that it is said its two towers are not parallel to each other (even though they are vertical) due to the earth’s curvature… The address of the Humber Bridge is: Ferriby Road, Hessle, East Riding of Yorkshire HU13 OJG, and its suspension cable wires can encircle the earth twice.

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Highcourt Flats

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Highcourt Flats

And no birds do sing

A single tree stands guard as the abandoned Highcourt tower-block on the Orchard Park Estate is rapidly consumed by an early morning fog.

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