EAW002262 ENGLAND (1946). Brandon Hill, Canon's Marsh and the city, Bristol, 1946

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Details

Title [EAW002262] Brandon Hill, Canon's Marsh and the city, Bristol, 1946
Reference EAW002262
Date 18-August-1946
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Place name BRISTOL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 358261, 172595
Longitude / Latitude -2.6007232715246, 51.450310445909
National Grid Reference ST583726

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HMS Flying Fox. Training vessel.

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Albion Dockyard. Charles Hill & Son from 1845

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St Anne's Board Mills, by the River Avon. See also https://britainfromabove.org.uk/en/image/EPW060105

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St Philip's Marsh locomotive depot. A base for steam locomotives used mainly for goods traffic

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Bristol Bath Road locomotive depot. Used largely by steam locomotives for passenger services

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George's Brewery

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CWS Building, Broad Quay, Bristol. Erected in 1906. Since demolished

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Brunel's original railway terminus for the line from London

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Bathurst Basin. This was the site of the millpond serving the medieval Trin Mills, fed by the Malago. The river link was severed when the New Cut was completed in 1809

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Bush House. Originally used as a warehouse for Acraman, ironfounders. Since 1975 it has been the home of the Arnofini Gallery. One of the upper floors was later leased to the School of Creative Arts, University of the West of England. The university became the owner of Bush House in 2015.

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Redcliffe Back Mill. Proctor Baker's granary and roller mill at Redcliffe Back. Part of the complex to the right was destroyed in an air raid in 1941.

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Castle Flour Mills. By 1934 this roller mill factory was part of the Hovis empire

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WCA Mills, Temple Back - Western Counties Agricultural Co-operative Association. Granary building to the left.

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Stoate & Sons Temple Flour Mills, Temple Back. Stoate moved here in 1911-12, after a fire gutted their mills at Watchet, Somerset

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GWR goods depot

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Bristol Temple Meads Station

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Area of the city bombed by the German Luftwaffe in the Second World War

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The New Cut, constructed between 1804 and 1809, to divert the tidal River Avon away from the city's docks, developed as the Floating Harbour by engineer William Jessop

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Wills Memorial Tower, completed in 1925. Landmark building, in the Gothic style, for the University of Bristol

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Bristol Bridge

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Dock now used for the preserved SS Great Britain, Isambard Brunel's steamship, brought back as a hulk from the Falklands

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Canon's Marsh goods depot

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Council House, City's administrative offices

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Bristol Cathedral

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Central Library

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