Mounds of rubble, half-built houses and fenceless posts are typical of Bransholme at the time. But the Workmen press on to create Hull’s new town.
Hull Daily Mail, September 1967
Building in the countryside, construction gets underway on Lothian Way, Bransholme in mid-1970s.
Hull Daily Mail, September 1976
Machine Age housing at Bransholme. Maisonettes begin to take shape with prefabricated sections being hoisted into position by vast cranes brought in specifically for the construction project.
Hull Daily Mail, November 1969
Up, up and…up! Contemporary 17 storey flats being built by former Hull firm, L. H. Beal & Son Limited in 1971.
Hull Daily Mail, April 1971
Spooners was one of a number of Hull construction firms to be involved in the redevelopment of the area, including this building site off Noddle Hill Way, Bransholme.
Hull Daily Mail, September 1980