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    The first is taken from the Hull and Yorkshire and East Lincolnshire Times 19th
    March 1892 (part1)
    I apologise for the copies
    Attached Files
    Regards Mike

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    Hull and Yorkshire and East Lincolnshire Times 19th
    March 1892 (part2)
    Attached Files
    Regards Mike

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    • #3
      Hull and Yorkshire and East Lincolnshire Times 19th
      March 1892 (part3)
      Attached Files
      Regards Mike

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      • #4
        Hull and East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Times, March 19th 1892 (p1)
        Attached Files
        Regards Mike

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        • #5
          Hull and East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Times, March 19th 1892 (p2)
          Apoligies for the awful condition of these reports!
          Attached Files
          Regards Mike

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            Hull and East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Times, March 19th 1892 (p3)
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            Regards Mike

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            • #7
              Hull and East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Times, March 19th 1892 (p4)
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              Regards Mike

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              • #8
                Hull and East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Times, March 19th 1892 (p5)
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                Regards Mike

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                • #9
                  Hull and East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Times, March 19th 1892 (p6)
                  (Worst scan Im afraid)
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                  Regards Mike

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                  • #10
                    Royal Station Hotel, were Deeming took his new wife on their honeymoon.
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                    Regards Mike

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                    • #11
                      Royal Station Hotel, The South Side,
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                      Regards Mike

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                      • #12
                        Looking South to show Paragon railway Station, The Hotel can be seen further along the picture.
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                        Regards Mike

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                        • #13
                          A rare illustration from 1854/55 when Queen Victoria visited and spent the night at the Hotel.
                          The Royal Family had the entire floor to themselves, but the Queen insisted her children sleep on "camp beds", the nanny taking the actual bed.
                          Shortly before the visit the windows on the floor were tainted purple as the Queen was suffering with an eye condition.

                          Prince Eddy, and Prince Albert have also been guests at the Hotel. (as have Laurel and Hardy and Derek Acorah!!!)
                          Attached Files
                          Regards Mike

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                          • #14
                            Hi Mike,

                            I like your photos and news articles, but the latter are hard to read. Even when scanned properly newspaper print of that period is small and difficult to decipher.

                            But the pictures were great.

                            Jeff

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                            • #15
                              Hi Jeff

                              I am glad you like them, the hotel has a special place in my heart and I love visiting and sitting in the Victorian lounge.

                              The newspapers from that period are awful, especially when you are sat watching them on a rear lit screen, I often get headaches and now I have to limit my time on them.

                              I have a lot of colour pictures I took of the building during last summer but they are on a disk and I seem to have misplaced it!
                              Regards Mike

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