Witches Knickers

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Witches Knickers

Billowing in the breeze

A carelessly discarded plastic bag caught on razor-wire flutters excitedly in the East Hull breeze. ‘Witches Knickers’ map our progress from the fields to the city, from grass to concrete, from connected to disconnected.

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Middledyke

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Middledyke

Shrouded in fog

The junction of Orchard Park Road and Middledyke Lane, gleaming markings and distant enveloped trees and telegraph poles… Whilst on the other side of the world Australia were being beaten by New Zealand in the Four Nations Rugby League tournament because England were cheated out of it by cheating referee’s. Nobut they were, bloody cheats.

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ISIS

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ISIS

Reinforced concrete structure with brick cladding and concrete and faience dressings

The Cargill / Isis oil seed silo (built 1912) in Stoneferry, Hull, is yet another place I have been asked to refrain from taking pictures of because I might be brandishing a terrorist camera. The silo is a ‘listed-building‘ – English Heritage Building ID: 387684.

Stoneferry was a small hamlet on the est bank of the river Hull which was originally part of the parish of Wawne; it later became part of the parish of Sutton on Hull. A river crossing at Stoneferry is recorded as early as 1269, being referred to as ‘Stanfordrak’, the name Stoneferry began to be used in the 14th century.

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The Footbridge

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The Footbridge

Robust and black

The Scale Lane to Tower Street footbridge cum swing bridge as seen from below on the west bank of the river Hull as a aeroplane leaves a trail which is just about right. Because a bridge can be a place too.

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The Shopping Parade

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The Shopping Parade

Give us this day our daily bread

The bakery and the post-office are all that remain of the Orchard Park Estate shopping parade… The “crumbling” 8 unit disgrace will be replaced by a shiny new £5.5 million centre – Though according to the developers it will not contain a Selfridges but will have kebabs, and a frozen food shop. A man said “The whole environment of Orchard Park is being uplifted” by this new monument.

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The Cemetery

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The Cemetery

In the Western cemetery

Memorials and monuments for the loved and unloved for the remembered and quickly forgotten, the monuments to the final-breath twist and fall and decay beautifully.

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The River Hull

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The River Hull

Under an orange sky

In an enveloping August sunset behind and above the homes of the sleepy ghost estate we stroll lavishly amongst the silhouettes and whispers of the banks of the chalk fed river Hull.

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Porter Street Flats

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Porter Street Flats

Great Thornton Street Estate

The 3 deck-access (8-storey) tower blocks on Melville, New Michael, and Porter Street built by the ‘Trussed Concrete Steel Company’ (Truscon) in the late 1950s, and early not-so-swinging 60s.

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