Architecture in the Old Town- Photo Essay

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Previously a bank, now a Wetherspoon pub, named after MP William Wilberforce who was a crucial figure in the abolition of the slave trade.

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The Three John Scotts Wetherspoon pub, named after three vicars to, who successively ran the St. Mary’s Church (opposite this pub) in the 19th century.

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Cogan House on Bowlalley Lane was built in 1876 by William Botterill for the Hull Exchange Company.

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A former merchants workhouse on King Street- now for residential use in the Old Town.

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Holy Trinity House was first built in 1457, and re-built in 1753.

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The George Hotel, one of the oldest pubs in Hull, also has the smallest window in the world.

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Built around the year 1300, the Church of the Holy Trinity is the oldest building in the city of Kingston Upon Hull.

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Wilberforce House, the residence of William Wilberforce, was built in the year 1660.

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The Commercial Museum on High Street, Hull Old Town.

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The Lion and Key pub, 1817.

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The oldest pub in Hull, Ye Olde Black Boy, built in 1729.

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