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We visited with friends from the northwest of the country who were staying and had never visited Hull before. We were doing the fish trail and exploring the city centre so made a slight detour to view the quaint old buildings. Step back in time...More
I was a trainee solicitor at No 1 Manor Street which was reputed to be the old Ginger Shop. Certainly it had a clock which had faces not only on the 'sales' area but the store room. The George, a regular watering hole, had a...More
The must be the oddest ever street name, yet it is like a visit to the past. The street looks dated and the old buildings have been cleaned up and it is really like and old film set. Just goes to show what you can...More
A quaint street, famous for its unusual name. I popped into The George, which is a traditional pub and was shown the smallest window in England which is to the side of this establishment and easy to miss.
Having loved the book as a child I was thrilled to find a road of the same name. It contains the smallest window in the UK, somewhat appropriately and is a sweet cobbled street in the old town. The shop that was there is now...More
It’s just a small street, which is part of the old town but, what a name. Worth walking down it just to say you’ve been there. Tiny, tiny window in the pub & the street adjoins other, equally beautiful streets in old Hull