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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