On January 24th and 25th 2020 the Dean’s Marine barge George Dyson made a working trip from Hull’s Albert Dock to York city centre, stopping overnight in Goole along the way. Thank you to John Dean for inviting us on the journey, which was a truly amazing experience.
I took some video of the stunning journey to which I have added our Loudhailer Electric Company track Night Heron as a soundtrack. Watch the film and soak up the trip …
Once again a big thank you to John Dean, and to crew and friends, Kevin, Karl, John, Ray and Andy.
We took lots of lovely photographs which you can see over on the Open Bridges website here: Day one Hull to Goole and Day two Goole to York
A River Full of Stories book of memories and photographs of life on and around the River Hull is now published and the first edition is available from all Hull & East Riding Libraries and to order from UK libraries and the British Library.
Open Bridges is an independent not for profit Hull/East Yorkshire based project which made history when for the first, and only time, all 13 of the bridges over the River Hull raised, swung or closed simultaneously splitting the city of Hull in two at 20:17 hours on the autumn equinox, 22nd September 2017.
Visit the Open Bridges/A River Full of Stories exhibitions, book and films on the website here: https://openbridgeshull.com/
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