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River Hull

Description of River Hull: This tidal navigation runs 20 miles, from Struncheon Hill Lock, on the Driffield Navigation, to Kingston-upon-Hull, where it joins the River Humber.
For the History of this waterway see the History page.

Navigation Authority: : Driffield Navigation Ltd, 53 Main Street, Cherry Burton, Beverley HU17 7RF : Telephone 01964 550320 : (Covers only from Struncheon Hill Lock to Aike, from there to the Hull City Boundary is a free navigation.).

Navigation Authority: : Hull City Council, Guildhall, Hull. HU1 2AA: Telephone 01482 300300 : Email info@hullcc.gov.uk : (Covers only from the Humber to the northern Hull City Boundary, from there to Aike is a free navigation.).

Related Books of River Hull

River Hull: Table of distances

Miles

Locks

Navigable (N)

Grid ref

OS Map No

Junction with Driffield Navigation

Junction with Driffield Navigation Below Struncheon Hill Locks

0

0

N

TA079489

107

Tophill Low Landing

1.3

0

N

0

Baswick Landing

1.5

0

N

0

Aike, junction with River Hull Navigation

4

0

N

0

Leven Canal Junction

Leven Canal Closed

4.5

0

N

0

Arram Beck

Tributary of the Hull

5.6

0

N

0

Hull Bridge, Tickton

7.3

0

N

0

Beverley Beck, Grove Hill

Tributary of the Hull

9

0

N

0

Wawne Ferry

11.8

0

N

0

Stone Ferry

17.5

0

N

0

Hull - Queens Dock

19.1

0

N

0

Dryspool Basin, Hull

Junction leading to Victoria Dock

19.5

0

N

0

Junction with River Humber

Junction with River Humber

20

0

N

TA101281

107

NOTE: N and U in the Navigable column above indicates that the node is navigable or unnavigable. If a D appears here it means that navigation is difficult or restricted to smaller craft.

 

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