Paragon Station Research. Buildings.

Many of the building that existed in and around the Paragon Station area in 1914 were either destroyed during the bombing raids of World War two or were demolished due to the expansion of the road network that was required as automobiles became a more common means of transport after World War Two. We have managed to find out what most of the building that were destroyed looked like in 1914 and what some of the buildings that still exist now looked like, as some of these have been extended or otherwise altered.

Most of the information that i have gathered has come from the the Hull History Centre and the website ‘The Anlaby Road’ which accompanies the book of the same name by Paul Gibson.

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