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Blundell's Corner

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Blundell's Corner
Location Map ( geo)
Beverley Road junction, Hull - Geograph - 4853047.jpg
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Location
Kingston upon Hull
County
Yorkshire
Highway Authority
Kingston upon Hull
Junction Type
Signalised Crossroads
Roads Joined
A165, A1079
Junctions related to the A165
Junctions related to the A1079

Blundell's Corner is a large signal controlled intersection on Beverley Road and Spring Bank in Hull.

It is named after the building that sits on the north west corner of the intersection. The building itself is modern, and is the base of the Hull Daily Mail; however, the name comes from a former occupier of the site, Henry Blundell, whose paint business was at the address in the 19th Century[1].

In 2015 major work took place to remodel the intersection[2].

Routes

Route To Notes

A1079

(M62), City Centre, (A15) Humber Bridge Ferensway

A1079

Beverley Beverley Road

A165

Bridlington Freetown Way
Willerby Spring Bank

References



Blundell's Corner
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