Queen Elizabeth Opens Hull Interchange

  March 7, 2009 at 12:00 pm by

Click on the image to view the photo at BBC News

Click on the image to view the photo at BBC News

HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh visited Hull on March 5 to unveil a plaque at the new Paragon Interchange in the city.

The royal couple arrived in Hull by Royal Train and participated in several events during their visit. They went on a walkabout in the city centre, met members of new Premier League team Hull City FC, and talked with Hull locals who experienced the summer floods of 2007. The Queen also viewed an exhibition of photographs the documents the flooding.

Their busy day of engagements continued as they opened a new oncology unit at Castle Hill Hospital.

For more on the royal engagements at Hull, please visit this thread.

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