Carnegie Heritage Centre


Photograph curtesy of Karen Crumley Keats, USA.

Wreckless Eric launched the Hull Music Archive at the Adephi to a packed out crowd.

Other research we have done is helping HERIB by researching their history and how they started.

Our volunteers have researched Hull's local transport and put an exhibition on for people to come in and see the results.

The 1st World War is an ongoing research project and we have put together a lot of information about local casualties from Hull

Research at the Carnegie Heritage Centre

Fairview Studios 1974 -1999

Andy Richardson has worked hard on the second CD of local groups who started out recording at the Fairview Studios. Lookout for it's release later in the year. 

Hull Music Archive

Some volunteers from the Carnegie Heritage Centre are working with Nick Boldock who is developing a new web site to chart the history of Hulls music scene over the last 50 years or more. This is an ambitious project which will need the help of as many people as possible to recount their memories and add to the rich history of Hull's music and its musicians. If you were in a group or know someone who was please visit the web site to see if you can add to the wealth of memories that are being collected.

Holderness Road

One of the Carnegie Heritage Booklets, based on a talk given by Malcolm Scott and made into a small booklet, it gives the history of Holderness Road along with photographs from it's past.

Cost just £2.00 and obtained from either the Carnegie Heritage Centre or from our on line shop.

Carnegie Heritage Centre Ltd, 342 Anlaby Road, Hull HU3 6JA – Registered Office.   Registered Charity Number 1131585

Monday 1.30 until 3 pm Family history help desk with the East Yorkshire Family History Society
Tuesday 9.30 until 3 pm Open House - pop in and see us with your queries or research
Friday 9.30 until 3 pm Open House again
Telephone: 01482 561216 e-mail: