Friday, 11 June 2010

Driffield Navigation

About 18 miles due north of Hull is Driffield, the Capital of the Wolds. It's a pretty enough little town that has probably seen better times. The picture shows the Navigation built to connect Driffield with Hull and the Humber. This waterway is really the River Hull straightened out and made navigable. Nowadays it mainly pleasure craft that use it; the last commercial traffic was in the 1940s.


  1. Very nice capture there, love the reflection.

  2. Nice angle and I like the fact you kept the complete refection in the waterway. Those canals may be more appreciated in the future.