Photographs of Bristol


Bristol is a city of 500,000, the largest city in South West England, and the ninth largest in the United Kingdom. The city sits in the valley of the River Avon a few miles upstream of its mouth on the Bristol Channel, with hills to the south, east and north. In the city centre the tidal Avon has been “floated” to produce the harbour, though industry has since moved downstream and the harbour turned to recreational and tourist use. To the west of the city the Avon cuts a gorge through the limestone hills, spanned by the city’s most famous landmark, the Clifton Suspension Bridge. The city’s architecture is varied, with many surviving mediaeval, georgian and victorian buildings, including the distinct “Bristol Byzantine” style of industrial architecture.

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Bristol

Bristol

Academy

Academy

Hallen Marsh

Hallen Marsh

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise Hamlet

Blaise

Blaise

Seabank

Seabank

Array

Array

Mangotsfield Junction

Mangotsfield Junction

Queen Square

Queen Square

Avonmouth

Avonmouth

Mangotsfield Junction

Mangotsfield Junction

Mangotsfield

Mangotsfield

St Andrews Church

St Andrews Church

Bristol

Bristol

Pro-Cathedral

Pro-Cathedral

St Mary Redcliffe

St Mary Redcliffe

Corn Street

Corn Street

UoB

UoB

Council House

Council House

Avonmouth Docks

Avonmouth Docks

Equestrian statue of William III

Equestrian statue of William III

Pur Down

Pur Down

North Bristol

North Bristol

Queen Square

Queen Square

City of Bristol College

City of Bristol College

Colston Hall

Colston Hall

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Avon Gorge

Avon Gorge

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Marsh Basin

Marsh Basin

Cotham Church

Cotham Church

Colston Hall

Colston Hall

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