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​These remarkable pictures, released by English Heritage on the anniversary of the Blitz, show the aftermath of heavy bombing raids on Hull during the Second World War.

Queen Victoria Monument - Kingston Upon Hull

Queen Victoria Monument Designed by the architect J. Unveilled in 1903 by the Prince of Wales, later the statue was upgraded to a monument, and public toilets were.

, show the aftermath of heavy bombing raids on Hull during the Second World War.  Hull Blitz 1  The images, which show the devastation to city landmarks such as the Charterhouse (above), were taken by John Summerson, who went on to become one of Britain’s leading architectural historians,     Read more: http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/Hull-bombing-pictures-released-mark-70th-anniversary-Blitz/story-11958617-detail/story.html#ixzz2zMVV5x47

Hull bombing pictures released to mark 70th anniversary of Blitz

​These remarkable pictures, released by English Heritage on the anniversary of the Blitz, show the aftermath of heavy bombing raids on Hull during the Second World War.

Hessle Road, Kingston upon Hull by Bernard Sharp, via Geograph

Hessle Road, Kingston upon Hull (C) Bernard Sharp :: Geograph Britain and Ireland

May 8, 1941. Springs Hull, razed after the bombings.

BOCM Eagle Oils Mills on the banks of the River Hull, burns on May 1941 after the heavy German raids of the night before.

Albion Street

Albion Street

The pubs of old were important places in the daily life of Hull. Think beyond the usual social places, where workers could meet for a drink or two, and go much further into their history, and they...

Ten lost Hull pubs that were once hugely popular

The pubs of old were important places in the daily life of Hull. Think beyond the usual social places, where workers could meet for a drink or two, and go much further into their history, and they...

Rediffusion Hull

Rediffusion Hull

A superb view of Alexandra Docks depot which consisted of just two tracks with pits. On this occasion in 1950 the shed was occupied by 0-...

A superb view of Alexandra Docks depot which consisted of just two tracks with pits. On this occasion in 1950 the shed was occupied by

Tower Cinema. Anlaby Road, Hull. Grade 2 listed. Built 1914.

The Tower Cinema. Did you know, The Tower Cinema is a Grade II Listed building?

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