Fishergate Bar, one of the gates on the city walls, is available only to cyclists and this is the traffic light governing them as they emerge onto Fawcett Street.
1924-25 revision of MOT Sheet 9, edited to resemble 'faked' 1922-23 revision.
A1079 York Tourist sign
A tourist sign on the A1079 heading towards York.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 06, 2006 by DavidBrown
Beverley Road, Hull HU5 (C) David Hallam-Jones This railway carriage has been adapted into a pub - The Cannon Junction - on the side of Beverley Road (i.e. the A1079). This is the view towards the city centre. The bridge served The Hull Barnsley & West Riding Junction Railway and Dock Company (HB&WRJR&DCo.), a company that began in 1885. Its name was changed to The Hull and Barnsley Railway (H&BR) in 1905. The line terminated in Hull at three main points: Alexandra Dock; for import and export of goods by sea, Cannon Street station; a goods station and passenger terminus, and Neptune Street goods station; the main goods terminus. The line eventually became a victim of the Beeching national railway rationalisation programme in the 1960s.
Leaving the A1079 Beverley Bypass This junction enables one to turn north for Beverley or south for Cottingham, in both cases using the A164 which crosses the A1079 on the road bridge in the photograph.
A164 - A1079 Looking east to the A164 which runs north into Beverley from the slip road off the A1079 into Hull
Blundells Corner, Hull A major road junction, where Beverley Road (right) becomes Ferens Way as it heads into the city centre, crossing Spring Bank (ahead) which becomes the relatively new Freetown Way (A165) inner ring road in the foreground.