130 Potholes On One Road

Is this Britain’s real ‘Road to Hell’, the city street with 130 POTHOLES in just 200 yards of road. The moonscape-like road peppered with craters has had locals fuming at lazy council workers who have still not fixed it. Eton Street, in Hull, East Yorks, has some potholes up to four inches deep and three-feet wide and residents say nothing has been done to fill them for six months. Now shoppers are calling for urgent action to patch up the street which is close to shops and trader

Is this Britain's real 'Road to Hell', the city street with 130 POTHOLES in just 200 yards of road. The moonscape-like road peppered with craters has had locals fuming at lazy council workers who have still not fixed it. Eton Street, in Hull, East Yorks, has some potholes up to four inches deep and three-feet wide and residents say nothing has been done to fill them for six months. Now shoppers are calling for urgent action to patch up the street which is close to shops and trader

Is this Britain's real 'Road to Hell', the city street with 130 POTHOLES in just 200 yards of road. The moonscape-like road peppered with craters has had locals fuming at lazy council workers who have still not fixed it. Eton Street, in Hull, East Yorks, has some potholes up to four inches deep and three-feet wide and residents say nothing has been done to fill them for six months. Now shoppers are calling for urgent action to patch up the street which is close to shops and trader

Is this Britain's real 'Road to Hell', the city street with 130 POTHOLES in just 200 yards of road. The moonscape-like road peppered with craters has had locals fuming at lazy council workers who have still not fixed it. Eton Street, in Hull, East Yorks, has some potholes up to four inches deep and three-feet wide and residents say nothing has been done to fill them for six months. Now shoppers are calling for urgent action to patch up the street which is close to shops and trader

Is this Britain's real 'Road to Hell', the city street with 130 POTHOLES in just 200 yards of road. The moonscape-like road peppered with craters has had locals fuming at lazy council workers who have still not fixed it. Eton Street, in Hull, East Yorks, has some potholes up to four inches deep and three-feet wide and residents say nothing has been done to fill them for six months. Now shoppers are calling for urgent action to patch up the street which is close to shops and trader