bass, Chalk board, coloured chalk, Cove Fish, Cove Fish West Lulworth, crab, Dorset, fish, fishmongers, Food and Drink, Kippers, lobster, Lulworth, mackeral, samphire, scallops, sea trout, signs, smoked sprats, West Lulworth
The Kingston Hotel is a familiar landmark on my walks around Hull, but I have never noticed the knitted fish in the window before (they must be a recent addition)! The public house stands on the corner of Trinity House Lane and North Church Side [I have never been in, but that’s because I prefer to go on these walks before 12 o’clock and as a rule I don’t go in public houses before noon – unless I’ve skipped breakfast and am in desperate need for “The Full English”].
Besides the reflection of myself in the window you might be able to make out Trinity Church (on the right) and Trinity Square (on the left).
These fish themed paving slabs, set amongst the regular, boring, paving slabs are common enough in Hull; so common that I have forgotten where this one is! As far as I know it is the only one with a quote from Hergé’s Captain Haddock carved into it, so you’ll know it, if you find it yourself. It might be in The Old Town (other photographs in the same album as this one point it being on the way to “The William Wilberforce” public house, which is on the corner of Silver Street and Trinity House Lane). It could be down Posterngate.