Free train tours around the most important maritime sites are being offered as part of the Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City project.
The major £27.4 million programme to regenerate Hull’s maritime heritage is to include journeys on the much-loved Hull Land Train, operated by Mally Welburn.
From Monday 2 to Sunday 8 April, visitors can climb aboard the city’s Hull Land Train to find out more about the city’s extensive redevelopment of three important maritime sites: the Maritime Museum; the Dock Office Chambers and the North End Shipyard. Visitors can also learn about the project, which will conserve the historic Arctic Corsair and Spurn Lightship for future generations.
The blue Hull Land Train will run from Hull City Hall every hour from 10am (first trip of the day) to 3pm (last trip of the day) and runs for 40 minutes, taking in North End Shipyard (behind Hull College), Trinity Square and Hull Minister, The Spurn Lightship, Arctic Corsair, Hull Maritime Museum, Queens Gardens and T