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  2. Hull Hessle Road photographer shares 6,000-shot collection

    A photographer who has spent 50 years documenting the life of a fishing community is looking to fund a book featuring some of his work.

    Women walk to work along Hessle Road

    Alec Gill, 75, has been taking pictures of Hull's Hessle Road area since he first trained his camera lens on the city's St. Andrews fish dock in 1971.

    He describes himself as "tourist in his own town" and an "unwitting" chronicler of the local fishing industry's decline, which he has recorded in 6,630 images of the area and its people over the decades.

    The photographer, who was born in Hull's Old Town, had several spells of work in the shipping and forwarding industry in the 1960s but did not like office life and often took to travelling and taking photographs.

    Children push prams along Hessle Road

    The book will use offset lithography printing to reproduce high-quality images and is due to be published in Spring 2022.

    The Alec Gill's Hessle Road archive campaign is to be launched on Tuesday.