Peter Marshall

A view of Hull

West & North Hull

Beverley Rd area

85-10n-44: 46 Beverley Rd, 1985 - Beverley

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Back in 1892, 46 Beverley Rd was the home of dentist Zachariah Charles Blyth L.D.S.,R.C.S. Later he had a son, Joseph Charles, killed in 1917 in the Great War, and three daughters, Hilda, Violet, and Dora. Presumably this house and No 44 were once a part of Kingston College, built 1836-7, where a pair of similar gate-piers (which have lost the decorative top) still stand on Beverley Rd, flanking a path leading the the Kingston Youth Centre, which is set back a short distance from the road. No 46 was perhaps built at the same time as the former College lodge at No 44 next door had its upper storey added.


Still Occupied

Images on this site are arranged into rough areas by location as in my book 'Still Occupied', available on Blurb. Eventually this site will contain all the images in that book and more.


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