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Abseiling painters scale height of House of Fraser

Abseiling painters scale height of House of Fraser

They make it look as effortless as retouching the dado rail of your living room wall.

But these abseiling painters have been catching the attention of shoppers today as they scale the sides of the House of Fraser building in Paragon Street, Hull.

House of Fraser is a landmark building in the city centre, and is still known to many by its original name of Hammonds, having been there since 1952, with extensions being added in 1954 and 1957.

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