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Image size: 47 x 28cm. Mount size: 55 x 36cm.
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The Wingfield Castle was one of three paddle steamer ferries which maintained a River Humber crossing service prior to the construction of the Humber Bridge, which links East Yorkshire with Lincolnshire.The Wingfield Castle was built in 1934 at the Hartlepool yards of William Gray and Company. Predominantely carrying foot passengers between Hull and New Holland, the Wingfield Castle had provision on her main deck aft to carry a small number of cars, and pens for livestock. Wingfield Castle continued to work the ferry route, but, with the imminent construction of the Humber Bridge, she was finally withdrawn in 1974, making her last journey from Hull.
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The print is signed by David Bell. The picture is supplied cellophane wrapped, presented in a generously sized mount.