|Priory Road, HU5 5RU, UK Kingston upon Hull|
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|The City of Kingston upon Hull with a population of 240,000 lies on the River Humber midway along the East Coast of the United Kingdom.
Hull as it is known locally, was one of the main fishing ports of the United Kingdom and the surrounding areas are mainly agricultural. British Aerospace and British Petroleum are two of the main employers in our area along with Reckitt & Colman and Smith & Nephew, Pharmaceutical Companies.
A famous feature of the area is the Humber Bridge, completed in 1981, with a single centre span of 1,410-m (4,626-ft) making it one of the largest bridges in the world.
Photograph shows the Humber Bridge.
||Hull is a seaport with Ferry links to Rotterdam and other European Ports as well as links to the National Rail and Motorway networks. The City is also served by an Airport some 12 miles away.|
There are several Museums in the City centering on William Wilberforce, born in Hull, famous in relation to the abolition of slavery, The Town Docks Museum and the Transport Museum.
Photograph shows the City Hall.
|The Deep, The Worlds only Submarium opened on the 23 March 2002 and is attracting visitors from all over the world.
Photograph shows The Deep
||Nearby Beverley is the home St Marys Church with the White Rabbit that inspired Lewis Carrol to write Alice in Wonderland and the beautiful slim twin towered Beverley Minster. |
Photograph shows Beverley Minster at night.
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