Monday, 6 March 2017

Unique pile of bricks and old crane

I've shown this riverside building before. It used to be a buoy shed for Trinity House but it's been empty for a while and looks (as it always has) like it might just slide into the river any day. Any how it's up for sale so you can buy a piece of Hull that no-one can find a use for and get to play with that really rare swan neck crane; go on you know you want to.


  1. It looks old, and full of memory.

  2. If you swear you took this photo in Hull, I won't call it "Dickensian."

    1. It was built in 1901 so it's what we call these days alt-Dickensian.