Taken in Kingston upon Hull, England.
From left to right are:
The Wilberforce Monument – an immense Doric column, 90ft (27.5 metres) high, of 1834 by John Clark of Leeds, topped by a statue of William Wilberforce (1759-1833) – England’s most celebrated anti-slave trade campaigner and a son of Hull;
St Mary’s church tower, Lowgate (first mentioned in 1327);
Corner turret with conical slate roof and sailing ship weathervane, old City Record Office;
Guildhall tower surmounted by a time-ball.
Thanks for all the C&Cs on 'Carousel'.
Kingston upon hull
St marys church
City Record Office