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Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Steep Street Bristol OP08887

Steep Street Bristol OP08887
The junction of Steep Street and Trenchard Street, Bristol, 1866. John Hill Morgan (b 1833), platinum print. This view was recorded five years before Steep Street, curving away to the left

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Stencil graffiti by Banksy N070360

Stencil graffiti by Banksy N070360
BANKSY GRAFFITI, Park Street, Bristol, Avon. Detail of stencil grafitti on the side of a building

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge
Brunels landmark bridge spanning the Avon Gorge, Bristol. IoE 379208

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Stencil graffiti by Banksy N070361

Stencil graffiti by Banksy N070361
BANKSY GRAFFITI, Park Street, Bristol, Avon. Stencil grafitti on the side of a building

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Memorial Stadium, Bristol AFL03_Aerofilms_684914

Memorial Stadium, Bristol AFL03_Aerofilms_684914
MEMORIAL STADIUM, Bristol. Home of Bristol Rovers Football Club since 1996. Photographed in April 2000. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge BB68_05597

Clifton Suspension Bridge BB68_05597
CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Bristol. The bridge under construction, November 1863. Work began on the bridge in 1836 under the supervision of Isambard Kingdom Brunel but stopped due to lack of funds

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Slip road watch tower DP248963

Slip road watch tower DP248963
Cumberland Basin, City of Bristol. General view of the side of the slip road to Plimsoll Bridge, at the west end of Cumberland Basin, from the north, with the control tower in the background

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton JEH_22055_115

Clifton JEH_22055_115
Clifton, Bristol, 1971. Clifton Suspension Bridge, Observation Hill and the suburb of Clifton. ST5673

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Brabazon Hangar DP137889

Brabazon Hangar DP137889
Brabazon Hangar, Filton Airport, Bristol, Somerset. General view of hangar. Post War Buildings

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Eastville Stadium EAW170596

Eastville Stadium EAW170596
Eastville Stadium, Bristol. Built in 1897 it was the home of Bristol Rovers Football Club. The ground was finally demolished in 1998. Photographed here in April 1967

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Portishead Dock JEH_22046_048

Portishead Dock JEH_22046_048
Portishead Dock, North Somerset. In 1860 a deep water dock was built to accomodate large ships that had difficulty reaching Bristol Harbour

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton EPW005463

Clifton EPW005463
CLIFTON, Bristol. Aerial view of Clifton showing the Avon Gorge and Suspension Bridge photographed in March 1921. This area of Clifton includes a lot of Georgian

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge BB89_03974

Clifton Suspension Bridge BB89_03974
CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Bristol. The bridge under construction. Work began on the bridge in 1836 under the supervision of Isambard Kingdom Brunel but stopped due to lack of funds

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: St James Priory DP137318

St James Priory DP137318
St Jamess Priory, Whitson Street, Bristol. General view of tower

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Shipping on the Avon BB89_03975

Shipping on the Avon BB89_03975
Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol. A view looking towards the gorge and bridge showing the pier in the foreground and sailing and steam vessels on the Avon

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: HMS Flying Fox EAW033316

HMS Flying Fox EAW033316
HMS Flying Fox (Royal Naval Reserve) moored off Hotwell Road, Bristol. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in October 1950

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Albion Dockyard EAW061875

Albion Dockyard EAW061875
HMS Loch Dunvegan moored at the Albion Dockyard, Bristol. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in November 1955

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Cribbs Causeway 18722_08

Cribbs Causeway 18722_08
Cribbs Causeway Shopping Centre, Bristol. Following the now traditional dumbell design, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway opened in March 1998 and cost £ 200 million to construct

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Motorway junction JEH_22028_89

Motorway junction JEH_22028_89
Almondsbury, Bristol. At the Almondsbury Interchange (Junction 15 on the M5 and Junction 20 on the M4) the M4 is carried over the M5

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Bristol Airport JEH_22047_061

Bristol Airport JEH_22047_061
Bristol Airport, Lulsgate Bottom, Somerset. This site was first used as a RAF relief landing ground in 1940. The aerodrome was converted and opened as a new airport for Bristol in 1957

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Canons Marsh JEH_22046_006

Canons Marsh JEH_22046_006
Canons Marsh, Bristol. This area of Bristol has seen significant redevelopment. Shown here are the gas works and an inter-war warehouse that has since been replaced by the Lloyds Bank HQ at

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Stoke Park Colony EAW005368

Stoke Park Colony EAW005368
The Stoke Park Colony (Stoke Park Hospital), Stoke Gifford, near Bristol, South Gloucestershire, 13th May 1947. The, now yellow, Dower House, situated on the balustraded terrace

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04334

Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04334
CLIFTON SUSPENSION BRIDGE, Clifton, Bristol. The walkway beside the road shows the bridges Egyptian temple-like towers and massive engineering features

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol a98_04326

Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol a98_04326
ROYAL YORK CRESCENT, Clifton, Bristol. View of Royal York Crescent, Clifton, which dates from circa 1810-20. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945 - 1980

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04333

Clifton Suspension Bridge a98_04333
Clifton Suspension Bridge, Clifton, Bristol. View of the Clifton Suspension Bridge seen from the river bank below. It was designed in the 1830s

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Brick relief of mother and children DP035286

Brick relief of mother and children DP035286
ST PAULs LEARNING AND FAMILY CENTRE, Bristol. An exterior detail of a brick relief showing mother with children

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Fairbairn Steam Crane, Bristol

Fairbairn Steam Crane, Bristol
Considered to be the only operational steam crane of the Fairbairn type in the country. IoE 380798

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: University Tower and Wills Memorial Building

University Tower and Wills Memorial Building
The Bristol skyline from Cabots Tower showing part of the University in the foreground. IoE 380278

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Blaise Castle

Blaise Castle
Sham Castle c1766, set within the magnificent Blaise Estate, Bristol. IoE 379730

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Market scene mural DP035239

Market scene mural DP035239
Detail of painted wall mural, by Gloria Ojulari Sule, showing busy multi ethnic market scene. Grosvenor Road, St Paul s, Bristol. Mural, March 1999. Photograph, October 2007

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Market scene mural DP035240

Market scene mural DP035240
Detail of painted wall mural, by Gloria Ojulari Sule, showing busy multi ethnic market scene. Grosvenor Road, St Paul s, Bristol. Mural, March 1999. Photograph, October 2007

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Market scene mural DP035238

Market scene mural DP035238
Painted wall mural, by Gloria Ojulari Sule, showing busy multi ethnic market scene with St Pauls Church and Clifton Suspension Bridge in the background. Grosvenor Road, St Paul s, Bristol

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: St James Priory DP137335

St James Priory DP137335
St Jamess Priory, Whitson Street, Bristol. Detail of west elevation

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Bristol High Cross CGH01_02_01_007

Bristol High Cross CGH01_02_01_007
Bristol High Cross, Stourhead, Stourton With Gasper, Wiltshire. Watercolour painting possibly by William Alexander (d.1815). Artwork collected by C G Harper

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Floating Harbour EAW209373

Floating Harbour EAW209373
Queen Square and the Floating Harbour, Bristol. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in 1971

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Avonmouth EAW002060

Avonmouth EAW002060
The Royal Edward Dock, Avonmouth, Bristol. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in 1946

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Bristol timber wharves EPW005470

Bristol timber wharves EPW005470
The timber yards at Baltic Wharf, Canada Wharf and Cumberland Wharf, Bristol. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in 1921

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: SS Great Britain EAW250863

SS Great Britain EAW250863
The steam ship SS Great Britain in Great Western Dry Dock, Bristol. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd in April 1973

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton Zoo EPW048288

Clifton Zoo EPW048288
Clifton, Bristol. Bristol Zoological Gardens was established in the 1830s and is one of the oldest Zoos in the world. Clifton College was founded in 1862

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Royal York Cresent DP146955

Royal York Cresent DP146955
Royal York Cresent, Clifton, Bristol from west. Photographed in October 2011

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: The Paragon DP146953

The Paragon DP146953
The Paragon, Clifton, Bristol, from Royal York Cresent. Photographed in October 2011

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Avonmouth Docks 21420_22

Avonmouth Docks 21420_22
Avonmouth Docks, Bristol. Avonmouth Dock was built in 1865-1877 by private enterprise. The dock was later incorporated into the Port of Bristol Authority. The Royal Edward Dock was added in 1908

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: SS Great Britain 21417_02

SS Great Britain 21417_02
SS Great Britain, Bristol. Built in 1843 to designs by Brunel, the Great Britain was used as a passenger ship to New York

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Clifton Observatory JEH_22046_011

Clifton Observatory JEH_22046_011
Clifton Observatory, Bristol. Originally a windmill built in 1766, the main building was converted in 1828 with the installation of telescopes and a camera obscura showing views of the Avon Gorge

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: SS Great Britain JEH_22046_009

SS Great Britain JEH_22046_009
Wapping Dockyard, Bristol. The SS Great Britain returned to the same dry dock that had been purpose-built for its construction by the Great Western Steamship Company between 1839-43

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: SS Great Britain JEH_22046_008

SS Great Britain JEH_22046_008
Wapping Dockyard, Bristol. The SS Great Britain returned to the same dry dock that had been purpose-built for its construction by the Great Western Steamship Company between 1839-43

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: University of Bristol JEH_22046_001

University of Bristol JEH_22046_001
University of Bristol. Aerial view centred on Royal Fort House and Gardens with the Queens Building in the foreground. Photographed by Jim Hancock in 1970

Background imageBristol Photo Mug Collection: Chew Valley Lake JEH_22048_032

Chew Valley Lake JEH_22048_032
Chew Valley Lake Sailing Club, Somerset. The reservoir at Chew Valley was opened in 1956 to provide drinking water for Bristol. Opportunities were soon taken to use the lake for leisure activities



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