Look at the dramatic transformation of Hull's Eagle pub as it gets ready to open

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 14 Dec 2018

These pictures show a Hull pub’s transformation after it was left abandoned for years.

Located in Anlaby Road, at the corner of Coltman Street, The Eagle was once a favourite haunt of football fans and locals, but has remained derelict for years.

Now, new owners have given it a new lease of life as they prepare to open new businesses inside the pub.

The proud eagle guarding the corner window has been buffed back to its former glory, with the iconic yellow features given a new vivid lick of colour.

The Eagle pub in Anlaby Road has been transformed

The refurbishment is part of Ali Ektepe’s plans to create five flats in the upstairs of the pub and a micro-pub, hairdressers and a third unit on the ground floor.

The 51-year-old businessman previously told Hull Live: “It used to be a pub and people in the area still ask about it. It’s great to be able to bring it back to life because people are so interested in it and it’s such an old building.

“We wanted it to be a smaller micro pub because we want people to come in and stay instead of moving on. We’re hoping it will be popular on match days and also that it will be good for passing trade.”

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