About Hullbridge

General information about Hullbridge. Click other Hullbridge icons for articles. We always welcome further stories, photos and other records as well as your comments on existing articles.

At one time, the River Crouch was called the Hull. The river could be crossed on foot at very low tide over a causeway of stones and shingle. A bridge was built over the river in 1549 and in 1646, it was replaced by a ferry. The ferry closed in 1948. The parish of Hullbridge has 2 miles of waterfront.

Here are some links we have found on the Internet. Please let us know of anything we might have missed:

Hullbridge Memories and History: http://www.hulbridgevillage.com/

Hullbridge Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hullbridge/

Hullbridge Parish Council: http://www.essexinfo.net/hullbridge-parish-council/

This page was added by Bob Stephen on 19/03/2012.
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