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Hull Collection

Hull is a city in Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom and Europe, and is located on the River Hull at its junction with the Humber Estuary

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Background imageHull Collection: East Yorkshire Regiment 1916

East Yorkshire Regiment 1916
The 10th East Yorkshire Regiment, known as the Hull Commercials, march to the trenches, near Doullens, northern France

Background imageHull Collection: HULL DOCKS

HULL DOCKS
The Entrance Lock of St. Andrews Dock, Kingston-upon- Hull, East Yorkshire, England

Background imageHull Collection: The Yorkshire Pullman, LNER / Pullman Car Company Limited poster, 1935

The Yorkshire Pullman, LNER / Pullman Car Company Limited poster, 1935
Poster produced by London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) and the Pullman Car Company to promote the service between Hull and London on the Yorkshire Pullman, which took 3.5 hours

Background imageHull Collection: The Continent via Hull & Goole, BR poster, 1955

The Continent via Hull & Goole, BR poster, 1955
The Continent via Hull and Goole - Regular Services for Cargo & Passengers. Poster produced for British Railways (BR) North Eastern Region (NER)

Background imageHull Collection: Postcode Sector Map sheet 18 Humberside and North East Midlands

Postcode Sector Map sheet 18 Humberside and North East Midlands
This Postcode Sector Map (sheet 18) displays all of the first part of the postcode and the first number of the second part, or Inward Code, (eg EX20 3) for Humberside & the north east Midlands

Background imageHull Collection: Postcode District Map sheet 4 Northern England

Postcode District Map sheet 4 Northern England
This postcode district map (sheet 4) displays the complete first half, or Outward Code, of the Postcode (eg LS2) for Northern England covering from Hawick in the north to Nantwich in the south

Background imageHull Collection: Aldham Dock, Goole, Yorkshire

Aldham Dock, Goole, Yorkshire
Aldham Dock, Goole, near Hull, Yorkshire, England. Date: 1900s

Background imageHull Collection: Map of Hull

Map of Hull
Vintage map from 1880 of Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The city of Hull has served as market town, military supply port, trading hub, fishing and whaling centre

Background imageHull Collection: The North and East Ridings of Yorkshire, engraved by Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612)

The North and East Ridings of Yorkshire, engraved by Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612)
XCF113465 The North and East Ridings of Yorkshire, engraved by Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612) from John Speeds Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, pub

Background imageHull Collection: Boys Band, Hull Sailors Orphanage

Boys Band, Hull Sailors Orphanage
Boys naval band at the Hull Sailors Orphanage, also known as Newland Homes. The Homes, a cottage homes development, were established in 1895 by a charity originally called The Port of Hull Society

Background imageHull Collection: Hull Shops 1970S

Hull Shops 1970S
A typical late 20th century pedestrian shopping area. This one is in Hull, Yorkshire, England, on the corner of Parliament Street

Background imageHull Collection: Liverpool Exchange station, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway. View of the 2. 10 Liverpool-Hull

Liverpool Exchange station, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway. View of the 2. 10 Liverpool-Hull
Liverpool Exchange station, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway. View of the 2.10 Liverpool-Hull train preparing to depart, with people standing on the platform. 21 September 1909

Background imageHull Collection: Hull, Yorkshire, World War Two. A bomb disposal unit pictured with an

Hull, Yorkshire, World War Two. A bomb disposal unit pictured with an unexploded bomb that has been found in Craven Street, Hull

Background imageHull Collection: The morning after an air raid by the German Luftwaffe on Scarborough Street in the city

The morning after an air raid by the German Luftwaffe on Scarborough Street in the city of Hull, East Yorkshire. Though their home was totally destroyed

Background imageHull Collection: The trawler Cape Palliser seen here leaving a busy St Andrews Dock

The trawler Cape Palliser seen here leaving a busy St Andrews Dock, Hull for the Northern fishing grounds. 2nd September 1959

Background imageHull Collection: Two K6 Telephone Kiosks

Two K6 Telephone Kiosks
Pair of white K6 telephone boxes, 15 Metres South of Carnegie Library, Kingston Upon Hull, East Yorkshire. IoE 387437

Background imageHull Collection: Test stars in Hull - Geoff Boycott and Phil Sharpe go out to open Yorkshire

Test stars in Hull - Geoff Boycott and Phil Sharpe go out to open Yorkshires innings at Fenner s. Boycott (70) was Yorkshires top scorer in their winning total of 184 for four

Background imageHull Collection: The Boyd Line Fleet sidewinder trawler Arctic Explorer seen here leaving the St Andrews

The Boyd Line Fleet sidewinder trawler Arctic Explorer seen here leaving the St Andrews Dock, Hull 11th June 1954

Background imageHull Collection: QUEENs DOCK, HULL. The Port of Hull is a trading port located at the confluence of the River Hull

QUEENs DOCK, HULL. The Port of Hull is a trading port located at the confluence of the River Hull and the Humber Estuary in the city of Kingston upon Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England

Background imageHull Collection: British Army East Yorkshire regiment in training somewhere in England during the Second

British Army East Yorkshire regiment in training somewhere in England during the Second World War. Circa 1940

Background imageHull Collection: The Somerset Maughan seen here returning St Andrews Dock

The Somerset Maughan seen here returning St Andrews Dock, Hull after a her voyage to the Icelandic fishing grounds. 16th June 1966

Background imageHull Collection: Queens Gardens, Hull

Queens Gardens, Hull, Yorkshire 1952

Background imageHull Collection: Lord de Grey and Ripon, Vanity Fair, Ape

Lord de Grey and Ripon, Vanity Fair, Ape
GEORGE FREDERICK SAMUEL ROBINSON, 1st Marquess of Ripon (1827-1909), known as Viscount Goderich (1833-59) and as the Earl de Grey and Ripon (1859-71)

Background imageHull Collection: Stationery, Charles Ware & Sons, Sails, Tents and Blinds

Stationery, Charles Ware & Sons, Sails, Tents and Blinds, High Street, Hull, Yorkshire. 1939

Background imageHull Collection: Framed by old timbers at Sammys Point, Hull, the New Holland ferry Wingfield Castle

Framed by old timbers at Sammys Point, Hull, the New Holland ferry Wingfield Castle berths alongside the pontoon at Corporation Pier. 9th May 1961

Background imageHull Collection: Training Ship Southampton, Hull, Yorkshire

Training Ship Southampton, Hull, Yorkshire
The Southampton Industrial Training Ship was established on the Humber, at Hull, in 1868. Boys aged 11-15, placed there by magistrates, were trained in seamanship

Background imageHull Collection: Children at Play, Hull Sailors Orphanage

Children at Play, Hull Sailors Orphanage
Children playing at the Hull Sailors Orphanage, also known as Newland Homes. The boys are in naval uniform. A gardener mows the grass

Background imageHull Collection: Commencement of the Hull, Barnsley, and West Riding Railway and Dock (engraving)

Commencement of the Hull, Barnsley, and West Riding Railway and Dock (engraving)
1590204 Commencement of the Hull, Barnsley, and West Riding Railway and Dock (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Commencement of the Hull, Barnsley)

Background imageHull Collection: Removal of of a 250 pound unexploded World War Two bomb at Fenners Works in Marfleet

Removal of of a 250 pound unexploded World War Two bomb at Fenners Works in Marfleet, East Yorkshire by Bomb Disposal experts of the Royal Engineers. Circa 1941

Background imageHull Collection: King George Dock, Hull, East Yorkshire. March 1965

King George Dock, Hull, East Yorkshire. March 1965

Background imageHull Collection: UK, England, North Lincolnshire, Barton-upon-Humber, Humber Bridge over the Humber

UK, England, North Lincolnshire, Barton-upon-Humber, Humber Bridge over the Humber Estuary from the south

Background imageHull Collection: Coats Of Arms Of The Major Yorkshire Towns. From Picturesque History Of Yorkshire, Published C. 1900

Coats Of Arms Of The Major Yorkshire Towns. From Picturesque History Of Yorkshire, Published C. 1900
Coats Of Arms Of The Major Yorkshire Towns. From Picturesque History Of Yorkshire, Published C.1900

Background imageHull Collection: Removal of of a 250 pound unexploded World War Two bomb at Fenners Works in Marfleet

Removal of of a 250 pound unexploded World War Two bomb at Fenners Works in Marfleet, East Yorkshire by Bomb Disposal experts of the Royal Engineers. Circa 1941

Background imageHull Collection: The Deep DP139810

The Deep DP139810
The Deep, Tower Street, Hull, East Yorkshire. Submarium. Aquarium

Background imageHull Collection: Cottingham Road, Hull, Yorkshire, after it was bombed in the Blitz. November 1940

Cottingham Road, Hull, Yorkshire, after it was bombed in the Blitz. November 1940. The Hull Blitz was the bombing campaign that targeted the English port city of Kingston upon Hull by the German

Background imageHull Collection: Newbridge Road, Hull, Yorkshire, after it was bombed in the Blitz

Newbridge Road, Hull, Yorkshire, after it was bombed in the Blitz. Firefighters at the scene of a horrendous bombing raid The Hull Blitz was the bombing campaign that targeted the English port city

Background imageHull Collection: Hull, Yorkshire, during The Blitz. Picture shows the devastation in

Hull, Yorkshire, during The Blitz. Picture shows the devastation in Buckingham Street, Hull. The Hull Blitz was the bombing campaign that targeted the English port city of Kingston upon Hull by

Background imageHull Collection: The Blitz. Hull. Yorkshire. February 1941. Picture shows Goddard Avenue

The Blitz. Hull. Yorkshire. February 1941. Picture shows Goddard Avenue, Hull. Although the roofs were damaged, the houses were not

Background imageHull Collection: De La Pole Avenue in Hull, Yorkshire, during the blitz of World War Two

De La Pole Avenue in Hull, Yorkshire, during the blitz of World War Two. The emergency services search the rubble and crater lift by the bomb dropped by The Luftwaffe

Background imageHull Collection: Fountain Road in Hull, Yorkshire, during the blitz of World War Two

Fountain Road in Hull, Yorkshire, during the blitz of World War Two. The emergency services, local people and the army search the rubble and crater lift by the bomb dropped by The Luftwaffe

Background imageHull Collection: Men of the East Yorkshire Regiment during the Second World War. Circa 1940

Men of the East Yorkshire Regiment during the Second World War. Circa 1940

Background imageHull Collection: The remains of an ammunition truck struck by a bomb in the goods yard of Bridlington

The remains of an ammunition truck struck by a bomb in the goods yard of Bridlington Station 11th July 1940

Background imageHull Collection: Charleson-Smith Trawlers Ltd trawler Stella Carina seen here leaving St Andrews Dock

Charleson-Smith Trawlers Ltd trawler Stella Carina seen here leaving St Andrews Dock, Hull for the northern fishing grounds. 1st September 1959

Background imageHull Collection: St Andrews Steam Fishing Co Ltd trawler seen here tied up at St Andrews Dock, Hull

St Andrews Steam Fishing Co Ltd trawler seen here tied up at St Andrews Dock, Hull. 13th January 1959

Background imageHull Collection: Thomas Hamling & Co Ltd trawler St Dominic seen here tied up in St Andrews Dock

Thomas Hamling & Co Ltd trawler St Dominic seen here tied up in St Andrews Dock. 29th October 1958

Background imageHull Collection: Trawler, The Lord Mountevans seen here leaving Hull for the northern fishing grounds

Trawler, The Lord Mountevans seen here leaving Hull for the northern fishing grounds. 11th June 1954

Background imageHull Collection: Map of the County of York, by John Tuke, land surveyor, 1787

Map of the County of York, by John Tuke, land surveyor, 1787
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: arc03407

Background imageHull Collection: Burtons in Hull MBC01_04_203

Burtons in Hull MBC01_04_203
Burton, Alfred Gelder Street, Kingston upon Hull, South Yorkshire. The Burton store at 68 Alfred Gelder Street and 34-35 Whitefriargate



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Hull Collection

Hull is a city in Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom and Europe, and is located on the River Hull at its junction with the Humber Estuary. The city has a long history dating back to the 12th century when it was founded as a market town. Today, Hull is known for its maritime heritage and culture, with attractions such as The Deep aquarium and Maritime Museum. It also has an impressive array of shops, restaurants and bars in its Old Town area. In addition to being home to many businesses, it also boasts two universities – University and Bishop Burton College – which attract students from all over the world. With plenty of things to do and see in this vibrant city, it's no wonder that Hull continues to be one of Yorkshire's most popular destinations for tourists from near and far alike.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Hull Collection, available from Media Storehouse, is a stunning selection of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the beauty and history of Hull in Yorkshire England. Our collection features a wide range of images capturing the city's iconic landmarks such as The Deep aquarium and Humber Bridge alongside its bustling streets and picturesque waterfronts. With high-quality printing techniques used to produce each piece in this collection, customers can expect vivid colours and sharp details that make these artworks truly stand out. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your home or searching for unique gifts for friends or family members who love Hull's rich culture and heritage, the Hull Collection has something to suit every taste. From classic black-and-white shots to vibrant contemporary designs, there are plenty of options available to help you create an eye-catching display that celebrates all things Hull.
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What are Hull (Yorkshire England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Hull art prints are a collection of artistic images that showcase the beauty and culture of Hull, a city located in Yorkshire, England. These prints feature various landmarks, landscapes, and iconic scenes from the city such as The Deep aquarium, Hull Marina, Humber Bridge and more. They are created using high-quality printing techniques to ensure that they capture every detail of the original artwork. Hull art prints are perfect for anyone who wants to bring a piece of this vibrant city into their home or office. They make great gifts for friends or family members who have visited or lived in Hull before. Whether you're looking for something modern or traditional, there is sure to be an art print that will suit your taste. We offer a wide range of Hull art prints that can be purchased online with ease. With so many options available at affordable prices, it's easy to find the perfect print to add some character and charm to any space.
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What Hull (Yorkshire England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Hull art prints that capture the beauty and essence of this historic city in Yorkshire, England. These prints showcase various landmarks, buildings, and scenes from Hull that are sure to appeal to anyone who loves this charming town. Some popular options include stunning aerial views of Hull's waterfront area, as well as images showcasing its iconic architecture such as the Humber Bridge or The Deep aquarium. You can also find beautiful photographs capturing the bustling street life and cultural events in Hull. Whether you're looking for a piece to decorate your home or office space with, or simply want to gift someone special with a unique memento of their time spent in Hull, we have something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials like canvas or paper, these art prints are sure to impress any discerning art lover.
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How do I buy Hull (Yorkshire England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To buy Hull art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring iconic landmarks and stunning landscapes. Once you have found the perfect print, simply select the size and format that suits your needs. We offer a range of options for framing or mounting your chosen artwork, including canvas prints, photographic prints and fine art prints. You can also choose to have your print delivered unframed if you prefer to handle the framing yourself. To complete your purchase, simply add the item to your cart and proceed to checkout. Payment options include credit card or PayPal. Once payment has been processed, your order will be shipped directly to you. Whether you are looking for a unique piece of wall art for your home or office or a special gift for someone who loves Hull , we offer an easy and convenient way to buy beautiful art prints online.
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How much do Hull (Yorkshire England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Hull art prints that are available for purchase. The cost of these prints can vary depending on the specific print you choose and the size you require. We have a variety of sizes available to suit your needs, from small prints suitable for framing to larger canvas prints that make an impact in any room. Our Hull art prints showcase the beauty and character of this historic city, with stunning images capturing its landmarks, architecture and landscapes. Whether you're looking for a unique gift or something special to decorate your home or office space, our collection has something for everyone. We take pride in offering high-quality art prints at affordable prices so that everyone can enjoy beautiful artwork without breaking the bank. Our team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and ensuring that every order is processed quickly and efficiently.
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How will my Hull (Yorkshire England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Hull art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. Once you have placed your order with us, our team of experts will carefully print your chosen artwork onto high-quality paper using state-of-the-art printing technology. Your prints will then be packaged in a sturdy cardboard tube or flat packaging to protect them during transit. We use reliable courier services to deliver your package directly to your doorstep, so you can expect a hassle-free delivery experience. We understand the importance of receiving your artwork in pristine condition, which is why we take every precaution necessary to ensure that it arrives at its destination undamaged. Whether you're ordering one print or several, rest assured that each item will be handled with the utmost care and attention from start to finish.