An authoritative, practical and superbly-illustrated guide to the buildings of Hull, one of England's leading ports since the Middle Ages. The core of the city is the fascinating Old Town, where medieval churches and 17th- and 18th-century merchants' houses rub shoulders with Victorian and Edwardian commercial and public buildings.
Detailed walks explore the flourishing waterfront area with its exciting new developments and the hidden delights of the Georgian and later suburbs. Excursions include the outstanding market town of Beverley.
The wide-ranging introduction, specially taken colour photographs and numerous maps make this an essential reference work and an easy-to-use visitor's companion.