Close by a narrow lane takes you down to the swirling, eddying River Ouse and the ferry over the river to West Lynn.
This is the Customs House by Henry Bell, 1683, originally a Merchant's Exchange. A lovely building, small but suitably monumental.
At the far end of King's Street from The Custom's House, is the vast Tuesday Market (the building on the left is the former Corn Exchange, 1854, by Cruso and Maberly), and beyond that is the North End, which housed the fishing community, and the Chapel of St Nicholas, currently closed for restoration work.
Behind the Corn Exchange, on Common Staithe Quay is the Pilot's Office
Back down King St, and over the Purfleet and opposite the Custom's House, is the very picturesque King's Staithe Square.
An finally the Town Hall.