|They had their own 'phone business|
They have managed to reinvent themselves - if you go back to the 60's and early 70's the big business was fishing and they still retain good relations with Iceland (this statue has a 'double' in Iceland - and this is actually a replacement, the original was nicked for scrap).
|Well it's someone looking out to Sea (for the fish)|
The statue is known as Voyage and is by Steinunn Thorarinsdottir.
The City (unusually) doesn't have a cathedral it has an enormous parish church which Archbishop Sentamu is due to upgrade to a Minster this year.
|It's a big church (Holy Trinity Church) but it's not a Cathedral|
(The Late) Mick Ronson was very much the heart of The Spider from Mars (David Bowie's imagined and realised band) - he was from Hull and is remembered by a café named for him.
|It's how he'd want to be remembered (perhaps)|
Amy Johnson (who flew a 'Moth') is the inspiration of the moth trail that's another part of the Cultural experience..
|On a company wall,|
|On a restaurant|
|It's got a flight path on it|
|This was near hotel reception|
|And this just across the road from the hotel|
|In a retail park too|
|A red one not to be missed|
Most of the Moths will eventually be auctioned for good causes (in May).
DoorsGordon Road is my main way into Ealing and the Broadway station here's number 59 - Perhaps it's the famous Gordon (Charles George) who it's named for?
|A road regularly traversed|
|Multiple bells indicate flats|