City of Bristol

City of Bristol, West of England, England, United Kingdom
category: boundary — type: administrative — OSM: relation 57539

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1,639 items

Bust of Samuel Plimsoll (Q26530432)
item type: sculpture

National Heritage List for England number: 1237279

Christ Church, Clifton Down (Q5108678)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Christ Church (grid reference ST571739) is a Church of England parish church in Clifton, Bristol, England. It has been designated as a Grade II* listed building.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202095

War Memorial (Q26677247)
item type: war memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1425925

Bishopsworth (Q4918111)
item type: suburb / civil parish
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bishopsworth is the name of both a council ward of the city of Bristol in the United Kingdom, and a suburb of the city which lies within that ward. Bishopsworth contains many council estates.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former civil parishes in Bristol, Places formerly in Somerset
Young Bristol (Q55099297)
item type: organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Young Bristol is a charity in Bristol, England providing activities for young people in the city.

website: http://youngbristol.com/

Whitefield's Tabernacle, Bristol (Q7995849)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Whitefield's Tabernacle, a church in Penn Street, Bristol, opened in 1753 for the followers of George Whitefield.

Clifton Down camp, Clifton (Q17642449)
item type: promontory fort

National Heritage List for England number: 1005427

Avonmouth Library (Q55173326)
item type: public library

Street address: Avonmouth Library, Avonmouth Road, Avonmouth, Bristol, BS11 9EN (from Wikidata)

website: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives/library-finder/-/journal_content/56/20195/LIBRARY-UPRN-000000010908/LIBRARY-DISPLAY

Bishopsworth Library (Q55173327)
item type: public library

Street address: Bishopsworth Library, Bishopsworth Road, Bishopsworth, Bristol, BS13 7LN (from Wikidata)

website: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives/library-finder/-/journal_content/56/20195/LIBRARY-UPRN-000000253118/LIBRARY-DISPLAY

Filwood Library (Q55173329)
item type: public library

Street address: Filwood Library, Filwood Broadway, Filwood, Bristol, BS4 1JN (from Wikidata)

website: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives/library-finder/-/journal_content/56/20195/LIBRARY-UPRN-000000147115/LIBRARY-DISPLAY

Junction 3 Library (Q55173343)
item type: public library

Street address: Junction 3 Library, Baptist Mills, Easton, Bristol, BS5 0JF (from Wikidata)

Lawrence Weston Library (Q55173348)
item type: public library

Street address: Lawrence Weston Library, Ridingleaze House, Ridingleaze, Lawrence Weston, Bristol, BS11 0QE (from Wikidata)

Lockleaze Library (Q55173349)
item type: public library

Street address: Lockleaze Library, Cameron Centre, Cameron Walk, Lockleaze, Bristol, BS7 9XB (from Wikidata)

St Pauls Library (Q55173362)
item type: public library

Street address: St Pauls Library, 94 Grosvenor Road, St Pauls, Bristol, BS2 8AL (from Wikidata)

Westbury Library (Q55173365)
item type: public library

Street address: Westbury Library, Falcondale Road, Westbury on trym, Bristol, BS9 3JZ (from Wikidata)

Former Engine House At St 5793 7250 (Q26497877)
item type: chimney

National Heritage List for England number: 1202232

Hotwells Public Baths (Q26580866)
item type: building / public bath
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Jacobs Wells Baths, formally called Hotwells Public Baths, is a former public baths on Jacob's Wells Road, Bristol. Built in 1889 and designed by Bristol City Surveyor: 63  Josiah Thomas, the baths closed in the late 1970s and were converted in the 1980s into a community managed dance centre, which closed in 2016. In 2018 Bristol City Council transferred responsibility for the building to the charity Fusion Lifestyle on a 35-year lease with a peppercorn rent. The building is Grade II listed and recognised as an asset of community value by Bristol City Council.

National Heritage List for England number: 1292890

Abbey House, Cathedral School (Q17552437)
item type: school building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202130

St Agnes' Sunday School (Q26512631)
item type: Sunday school / school building

National Heritage List for England number: 1217951

Windmill Hill And Attached Railings And Gates (Q26571342)
item type: windmill

National Heritage List for England number: 1282397

Lower Arcade (Q17552382)
item type: arcade

National Heritage List for England number: 1202024

Lodge To Monica's Home Of Rest (Q26497817)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1202166

Stapleton Mill, Snuff Mills Park (Q26579599)
item type: mill building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291487

St Monica's Chapel, St Monica's Home Of Rest (Q26571278)
item type: chapel

National Heritage List for England number: 1282318

Brunswick Chapel Annex (Q26578943)
item type: chapel

National Heritage List for England number: 1290763

Clifton Lido and The Victoria Public House (Q5133269)
item type: pub
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Lido, Bristol (grid reference ST576735) is an historic lido situated in Oakfield Place in the Whiteladies Road area of Clifton, Bristol, England. Originally opened in approximately 1850, the pool eventually fell into disrepair and was closed in 1990. Despite being considered for demolition, the building was given Grade II* listed building status in 1998. It was purchased by the Bristol Glass Boat Company who restored the pool, for its reopening in November 2008.

National Heritage List for England number: 1323692

Numbers 51 And 53 And Attached Front Railings (Q26571158)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282168

Trinity College, Bristol (Q7842685)
item type: seminary
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Trinity College, Bristol is an evangelical Anglican theological college located in Stoke Bishop, Bristol, England. It offers a range of full-time and part-time taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses which are validated by the University of Durham through the Common Awards Scheme, though the college sets its own curriculum. Many of its students are training for ordination in the Church of England; and hence there is a strong vocational aspect to the courses it provides. It also has students of other Christian denominations, as well as students who are intending to serve within various forms of lay ministry. The college also has a significant number of students studying for research degrees at masters and doctoral levels. All of Trinity's postgraduate research courses are validated by the University of Aberdeen.

website: http://www.trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk/; National Heritage List for England number: 1208857

Centre for Device Thermography and Reliability (Q18162474)
item type: academic institution
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Centre for Device Thermography and Reliability is a research facility at the University of Bristol, a research university located in Bristol, United Kingdom. Founded in 2001, by Professor Kuball the centre is engaged in thermal and reliability research of semiconductor devices, in particular for microwave and power electronic devices. It is housed in the H. H. Wills Physics Laboratory, a noted physics laboratory associated with the Physics department of the university. The centre is noted for developing an integrated Raman-IR thermography technique to probe self-heating in silicon, GaAs and other devices. This enables unique thermal analysis of semiconductor devices on a detailed level not possible before. These techniques are critical in understanding the reliability of Compound semiconductor devices applicable in power and microwave devices and in the long term as a viable replacement for Silicon devices as it approaches the end of scaling.

website: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/physics/research/cdtr

St Werburghs Park Nursery School (Q66161277)
item type: day care

Street address: St Werburghs Park Nursery School, Glenfrome Road, St Werburgh's, Bristol, BS2 9UX (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.stwerburghs.com; EDUBase URN: 108902

Redcliffe Childrens Centre and Maintained Nursery School (Q66161279)
item type: day care

Street address: Redcliffe Childrens Centre and Maintained Nursery School, Spencer House, Ship Lane, Redcliffe, Bristol, BS1 6RR (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.redcliffechildrenscentre.co.uk/; EDUBase URN: 108904

The Limes Nursery School (Q66161282)
item type: day care

Street address: The Limes Nursery School, Johnsons Road, Whitehall, Bristol, BS5 9AT (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.limes.bristol.sch.uk; EDUBase URN: 108905

Oldbury Court Estate (Q66809662)
item type: park
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Oldbury Court Estate is a park in Fishponds, Bristol, about 3 miles (4.8 km) north-east of the city centre.

National Heritage List for England number: 1000393

Royal Fort Gate Piers And Gates (Q26514889)
item type: gate / gatepost

National Heritage List for England number: 1220414

St Mary Redcliffe Church of England Primary School (Q66168508)
item type: primary school / academy school

Street address: St Mary Redcliffe Church of England Primary School, Windmill Close, Windmill Hill, Bristol, BS3 4DP (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 144724

Prospect Education Trust (Q66165103)
item type: school

Street address: Prospect Education Trust, Tramway Road, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 3DS (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 133211

Venturers' Academy (Q66167658)
item type: free school

Street address: Venturers' Academy, Withywood Road, Withywod, Bristol, BS13 9AX (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 142780

The Chessels (Q7722360)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Chessels is an area of Bedminster, Bristol that runs from the midsection of Luckwell Rd to the former White Horse pub on West Street. Chessel Street is the main road. The name Chessel is taken from the name of a field, recorded in 1350. The White Horse was redeveloped into flats by 2013, but was once used as a location for the fictional Nags Head pub in the BBC television series Only Fools and Horses.

Totterdown, Bristol (Q7828473)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Totterdown is an inner-suburb of Bristol, England, situated just south of the River Avon and to the south-east of Temple Meads railway station and the city centre.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Places formerly in Somerset
Rose Villa (Q26571103)
item type: villa

National Heritage List for England number: 1282104

Roman Catholic Church of St Bernadette (Q66477693)
item type: Catholic church

National Heritage List for England number: 1436044

Ilminster Avenue Specialist Nursery School (Q66161269)
item type: day care

Street address: Ilminster Avenue Specialist Nursery School, Ilminster Avenue, Knowle West, Bristol, BS4 1BX (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.ilminsterchildren.com; EDUBase URN: 108896

Hartcliffe Nursery School and Children's Centre (Q66161284)
item type: day care

Street address: Hartcliffe Nursery School and Children's Centre, Hareclive Road, Hartcliffe, Bristol, BS13 0JW (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 108906; website: http://www.hartcliffenursery.co.uk

Knowle West Early Years Centre (Q66165227)
item type: day care

Street address: Knowle West Early Years Centre, Leinster Avenue, Knowle, Bristol, BS4 1NN (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 134241

BBC Natural History Unit (Q4834859)
item type: production company
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The BBC Studios Natural History Unit (NHU) is a department of BBC Studios that produces television, radio and online content with a natural history or wildlife theme. It is best known for its highly regarded nature documentaries, including The Blue Planet and Planet Earth, and has a long association with David Attenborough's authored documentaries, starting with 1979's Life on Earth.

BCFM (Q4835159)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

BCfm or Bristol Community FM is a community radio station broadcasting to the City of Bristol in the United Kingdom on 93.2 FM. BCfm started broadcasting on 26 March 2007. This followed many years of community development and radio projects in Bristol, such as radio19 (the New Deal for Communities), Commonwealth fm and B200fm (Celebration of Brunel's life). During the summer period of 2009, BCFM used funding provided by the Youth Opportunities Fund to build a brand new studio to cater to the growing number of presenters working at the station. Studio 2, also known as "Blue Studio," was built next to the current Studio 1 and allows live presenting from either studio with both having the ability to pre-record shows.

website: http://www.bcfmradio.com

Barton Regis Rural District (Q4865674)
item type: rural district of England, Wales, and Ireland / former administrative territorial entity
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Barton Regis was, from 1894 to 1904, a rural district in the English administrative county of Gloucestershire, adjacent to the City of Bristol.

Bewell's Cross (Q4899744)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bewell's Cross is a lost monument which marked the boundary of the county of Bristol when this was created in 1373. It stood in or close to the Gallows Field at the top of St Michael's Hill, the former principal road from Bristol to Wales via the Severn ferry at Aust. It was removed in or before the 19th century, and a stone claimed to be taken from its pedestal is built into the wall of Cotham Church, marked by a plaque.

Bathurst Basin (Q4869102)
item type: basin
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bathurst Basin is a small triangular basin adjoining the main harbour of the city of Bristol, England. The basin takes its name from Charles Bathurst, who was a Bristol MP in the early 19th century.

Bristol Ferry Boats (Q4968899)
item type: Community interest company
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bristol Ferry Boats is a brand of water bus services operating around Bristol Harbour in the centre of the English city of Bristol, using a fleet of distinctive yellow-and-blue painted ferry boats. The services were formerly owned by the Bristol Ferry Boat Company, but are now the responsibility of Bristol Community Ferry Boats, a community interest company that acquired the fleet of the previous company.

Bewys Cross (Q4899765)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bewys Cross (or Bewy's Cross) is a monument consisting of the steps, plinth and truncated shaft said to be of an ancient cross of uncertain age which used to stand on the ancient seabank or seawall of the River Severn in that area of Shirehampton in Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, now known as Avonmouth. The cross is perhaps early fifteenth century; the steps may be more recent.

Eastville Stadium (Q5330976)
item type: sports venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Eastville Stadium, also known as Bristol Stadium and Bristol Stadium – Eastville, was a stadium in Eastville, a northern suburb of the English city of Bristol.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct football venues in England, Defunct greyhound racing venues in the United Kingdom, Defunct speedway venues in England, Defunct sports venues in Bristol, Demolished sports venues in the United Kingdom, Sports venues demolished in 1998
Eremites Friary, Bristol (Q5385525)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Eremites Friary was a friary in Bristol, England. The Brothers Eremites of St. Augustine kept a small convent near Temple Gate, founded by Sir Simon and Sir William Montacute in 1320. No trace of it remains today.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former buildings and structures in Bristol
Corn Street (Q5171040)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Corn Street, together with Broad Street, Wine Street and High Street, is one of the four cross streets which met at the Bristol High Cross, the heart of Bristol, England when it was a walled medieval town. From this crossroads Corn Street and its later extension Clare Street runs downhill approximately 325m south-westwards to The Centre.

Department of Creative Industries, UWE, Bristol (Q5260218)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

website: http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/cahe/creativeindustries/

Bristol Harbour Railway (Q917938)
item type: transport company
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Bristol Harbour Railway (known originally as the Harbour Railway) was a standard-gauge industrial railway that served the wharves and docks of Bristol, England. The line, which had a network of approximately 5 mi (8.0 km) of track, connected the Floating Harbour to the GWR mainline at Bristol Temple Meads. Freight could be transported directly by waggons to Paddington Station in London. The railway officially closed in 1964.

Former Gardiners offices (Q5470090)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Former Gardiners offices (grid reference ST596729) is on Old Bread Street, Bristol, England.

Gloucester Road, Bristol (Q5572077)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Gloucester Road is a road in Bristol, England. It runs through the suburbs of St. Andrew's, Bishopston and Horfield and is a part of the A38, a former coaching route north of Bristol to Filton and the M5 Motorway.

Horseshoe Bend, Shirehampton (Q5905975)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Horseshoe Bend, Shirehampton (grid reference ST542767) is an 11 acre (4.45 hectare) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Bristol, England, on the north bank of a lower, tidal stretch of the River Avon, 1.9 miles (3 kilometres) downstream from the Avon Gorge, and just east of the village of Shirehampton. It was notified as an SSSI in 1999.

Greyfriars, Bristol (Q5608354)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Greyfriars is the alternate name of a fourteen-story office block built in 1974 in Lewin's Mead in Bristol. It was later used for government offices.

King Street (Q6412075)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

King Street is a 17th-century street in the historic city centre of Bristol, England.

Gardiners Warehouse (Q5522554)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Gardiners warehouse (grid reference ST596729) is on Straight Street, Broad Plain, Bristol, England.

Heart West Country (Q5692132)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Heart West Country was a regional radio station owned and operated by Global Radio as part of the Heart network, broadcasting to Bristol and Somerset.

website: http://www.heart.co.uk/bristolsomerset/

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct Heart (radio network) stations, Defunct radio stations in the United Kingdom
Institute of Asset Management (Q6039886)
item type: organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Institute of Asset Management is a UK-based not-for-profit professional body for those involved in acquisition, operation and care of physical assets, especially critical infrastructure. It was instrumental in the development of the international standard ISO 55000 for asset management.

website: https://theiam.org/

Former Bank of England, Bristol (Q5470072)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Former Bank of England (grid reference ST592733) is a historic building at 13/14 Broad Street in Bristol, England. It was built as the site of a branch of The Bank of England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282404

Former Bristol and West Building (Q5470075)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The former Bristol and West Building on Marsh Street/St Augustine's Parade, Bristol and facing onto The Centre, was built in 1967 by Alec French and partners.

Greenbank Cricket Ground (Q5603676)
item type: sports venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Greenbank (also known as Packer's Ground) is a cricket ground in Bristol. The ground was initially owned by H.J. Packer and Co Ltd. The first first-class match on the ground was in 1922, when Gloucestershire played Sussex. Gloucestershire played first-class matches at the ground from 1922 to 1928, playing a total of 20 first-class matches there, the last of which saw them play Derbyshire in the 1928 County Championship.

Buildings and architecture of Bristol (Q4986627)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bristol, the largest city in South West England, has an eclectic combination of architectural styles, ranging from the medieval to 20th century brutalism and beyond. During the mid-19th century, Bristol Byzantine, an architectural style unique to the city, was developed, and several examples have survived.

Chester Park, Bristol (Q5093678)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)
Bullock's Park (Q4996977)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bullock's Park was an estate in Bristol, England between College Green and Brandon Hill. The last owner, Nathaniel Day, obtained permission to develop it in 1740 although building did not begin until 1761. The area now corresponds to Park Street, Berkeley Square and Berkeley Crescent.

Chittening (Q5102484)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chittening is an industrial estate in Avonmouth, Bristol, England, bypassed by the A403 road, near the River Severn. It lies within the city boundary of Bristol, in Avonmouth ward, but used to be beyond it, in historic Gloucestershire, on former marshland at the southern end of the Vale of Berkeley.

Christmas Steps (Q5111430)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Christmas Steps is a historic street in the city centre of Bristol, England.

Broad Street, Bristol (Q4971942)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Broad Street, along with High Street, Wine Street and Corn Street, is one of the four original streets that have made up the city of Bristol since Saxon times, when it was the burgh of Brycgstow.

Brown's Restaurant (Q4975958)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

National Heritage List for England number: 1218162

Old Market, Bristol (Q7084475)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Old Market is a Conservation Area of national significance, to the east of the city centre in Bristol, England. Old Market Street and West Street form the central axis of the area, which is approximately bounded by New Street and Lawfords Gate to the north, Trinity Road and Trinity Street to the east, Unity Street and Waterloo Road to the south and Temple Way Underpass to the west.

North Bristol NHS Trust (Q7054285)
item type: NHS trust
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

North Bristol NHS Trust is a National Health Service trust that provides community healthcare and hospital services to Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset, England. The trust employs 8,000+ staff delivering healthcare across Southmead Hospital, Cossham Hospital and the Bristol Centre for Enablement, and the local communities. Medical teaching facilities are provided in association with the University of the West of England, Bristol University, and the University of Bath.

website: http://www.nbt.nhs.uk/

Old Council House, Bristol (Q7083770)
item type: building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Old Council House is a building on Corn Street, Bristol, England. It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II* listed building.

National Heritage List for England number: 1207433

Lamplighters Marsh (Q6482454)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lamplighters Marsh (grid reference ST524764) is a public open space and local nature reserve near Shirehampton in the city of Bristol, England. It is a narrow strip of land between the railway line which connects Bristol to Avonmouth, and the River Avon.

New Orphan Houses, Ashley Down, Bristol (Q7010875)
item type: group of structures or buildings
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The New Orphan Houses, Ashley Down, commonly known as the Muller Homes, were an orphanage in the district of Ashley Down, in the north of Bristol. They were built between 1849 and 1870 by the Prussian evangelist George Müller to show the world that God not only heard, but answered, prayer. The five Houses held 2,050 children at any one time and some 17,000 passed through their doors before the buildings were sold to Bristol City Council in 1958.

Lodge Causeway (Q6666298)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lodge Causeway is an ancient passage through the former Royal Forest of Kingswood and now the main road between Fishponds and Kingswood in Bristol, England. The road is designated the B4048.

Lloyds Bank, Bristol (Q6662855)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Lloyds Bank (grid reference ST587729) is an historic building situated at 53 & 55 Corn Street in Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1187398

St Peter's Hospital (Q7595323)
item type: architectural structure / former hospital
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St Peter's Hospital, Bristol could be found to the rear of St Peter's church until it was destroyed in the Bristol Blitz in 1940.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Buildings and structures demolished in 1940, Defunct hospitals in England, Former buildings and structures in Bristol, Former psychiatric hospitals in England
St Vincent's Works (Q7595610)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The St Vincent's Works is a former factory and offices at Silverthorne Lane in Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282118

Austin Friary, Bristol (Q4823093)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Austin Friary was an Augustinian friary in Bristol, England. It was established in 1313, when Simon de Montecute gave 100 square feet (9.3 m2) of land within the Temple Gate of Bristol. Further gifts of land were made by William de Montecute and Thomas of Berkeley during the next thirty years.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 1538 disestablishments in England, Former buildings and structures in Bristol
Shaftsbury Chambers (Q26586206)
item type: office building

National Heritage List for England number: 1298750

Bristol Hospital (Q30293008)
item type: private hospital / medical organization

Street address: 3 Clifton Hill, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1BN (from Wikidata)

website: https://www.nuffieldhealth.com/hospitals/bristol

National Highways (Q5760006)
item type: organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

National Highways, formerly the Highways Agency and later Highways England, is a government-owned company charged with operating, maintaining and improving motorways and major A roads in England. It also sets highways standards used by all four UK administrations, through the Design Manual for Roads and Bridges. Within England, it operates information services through the provision of on-road signage and its Traffic England website, provides traffic officers to deal with incidents on its network, and manages the delivery of improvement schemes to the network.

website: https://highwaysengland.co.uk/, https://nationalhighways.co.uk/

Elizabeth Shaw (Q5363500)
item type: business enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Elizabeth Shaw is a Bristol-based company that markets chocolate-based confectionery, including the brands Famous Names chocolate liqueurs and Elizabeth Shaw after dinner mints.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct companies based in Bristol
XMOS (Q64698)
item type: business enterprise / enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

XMOS is a fabless semiconductor company that develops audio products and multicore microcontrollers.

website: http://www.xmos.com

Peckett and Sons (Q7158740)
item type: business enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Peckett and Sons was a locomotive manufacturer at the Atlas Locomotive Works on Deep Pit Road between Fishponds and St. George, Bristol, England.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct companies based in Bristol
Graphcore (Q38251361)
item type: company
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Graphcore is a British semiconductor company that develops accelerators for AI and machine learning. It aims to make a massively parallel Intelligence Processing Unit (IPU) that holds the complete machine learning model inside the processor.

website: https://www.graphcore.ai/

The Crown, Bristol (Q7728222)
item type: pub
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Crown is an historic pub in Bristol, England, near to St Nicholas Market, an area known as "the Old City". The Crown was built in the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.

National Heritage List for England number: 1201955

Wills Hall (Q8022474)
item type: residential college / halls of residence
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Wills Hall is one of more than twenty halls of residence in the University of Bristol. It is located high on the Stoke Bishop site on the edge of the Bristol Downs, and houses c. 370 students in two quadrangles. Almost all of these students are in their first year of study.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202430

Torwood House School (Q66161496)
item type: independent school

Street address: Torwood House School, 27-29 Durdham Park, Redland, Bristol, BS6 6XE (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.torwoodhouseschool.co.uk; EDUBase URN: 109341

Catch22 Include Bristol (Q66165248)
item type: independent school

Street address: Catch22 Include Bristol, 6-7 Dean Street, St Pauls, Bristol, Avon, BS2 8SF (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.includebristol.org.uk/; EDUBase URN: 134441

LPW Independent School (Q66165729)
item type: independent school

Street address: LPW Independent School, Princess Street, Bedminster, Bristol, Bristol, BS3 4AG (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 137583; website: http://www.lpw.org.uk/learning

Heath House Hospital School (Q66169434)
item type: independent school

Street address: Heath House Hospital School, Priory Hospital Bristol, Heath House Lane, Stapleton, Bristol, BS16 1EQ (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 147030

St Matthias Academy (Q67082844)
item type: academy school

Street address: St Matthias Academy, Alexandra Park, Fishponds, Bristol, BS16 2BG (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.stmatthias.learnmat.uk; EDUBase URN: 144285

Belgrave School (Q67148187)
item type: independent school

Street address: Belgrave School, 10 Upper Belgrave Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2XH (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.belgrave-school.org/index.php; EDUBase URN: 109382

St Johns Church of England Primary School, Clifton (Q66161409)
item type: primary school / voluntary controlled school

Street address: St Johns Church of England Primary School, Clifton, Worrall Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2UH (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.stjohnsprimary.org.uk; EDUBase URN: 109146

Cumberland Basin (Q5193841)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Cumberland Basin is the main entrance to the docks of the city of Bristol, England. It separates the areas of Hotwells from the tip of Spike Island.

Greenbank (Q5603667)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Greenbank is a small informal district in the city of Bristol, England nestling between Easton to the west, Eastville to the north-east, Clay Bottom and Rose Green to the east, and Whitehall to the south. The area is mainly one of 1890s terraced housing with some present millennium housing on the north eastern edge of the cemetery. Nearly all of the housing is in the north-east of Easton electoral ward, though the road Greenbank View and the cemetery are in Eastville electoral ward.

Lewin's Mead (Q6536174)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lewin's Mead is an area of Bristol, England, part of the city ward of Cabot, in the historic centre of the city, lying just outside the former medieval town walls. Several old buildings survive, including the Unitarian Chapel constructed in the late 18th century, an old sugar house and the ancient thoroughfare known as Christmas Steps. The 13th century St Bartholomew's Hospital which became Bristol Grammar School in the 16th century is situated at the bottom of Christmas Steps.

Lodge Hill, Bristol (Q6666305)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lodge Hill is a hill and residential area of Bristol, England. It is in the electoral ward of Hillfields, Bristol, separating the large outer urban areas of Fishponds and Kingswood. Cossham Memorial Hospital is at its peak which is the highest point in urban Bristol at 369 ft (112 m). It has a population of 1,722 (est).

Mayfield Park, Bristol (Q6797187)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Mayfield Park is a residential area in East Bristol, with a large adjoining park known as the Ridgeway Rd Playing Fields.

Sneyd Park (Q7547691)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Sneyd Park is a suburb of Bristol, England, lying on the western fringe of Clifton Down, adjacent to the Avon Gorge and the Sea Walls observation point. It is part of the Stoke Bishop district. Home to many millionaires, Sneyd Park was originally developed in Victorian times. Many Victorian and Edwardian villas line the edge of the Downs. More modern housing has since been built down over the slope, towards Sea Mills, Bristol. Much of this development was carried out by the Stride family builders whose practice was "to purchase an estate freehold and to erect thereon their own houses, with the knowledge that none will be able to come along and dump a lot of cheap houses down in the neighbourhood, thereby spoiling the amenities of the place and detracting from the value of the houses erected by the firm." The 'Stride brothers' specialised in constructing individual style homes with the emphasis on location, finish and design. Buildings were never duplicated and no two were built to the same design. They often have solid oak interior doors, oak-panelled hallways, the hallmark Stride letterboxes and impressive staircases. Brothers Jared and Jethro Stride founded the business in the 1920s, followed by Jared's sons Arthur and Frederick, and then their sons Leslie and Raymond. In 1864 Jared and Jethro's brother Lot was killed in an accident in a sawmill in Cardiff when his hair was caught in the revolving saw. The incident made the newspapers around the world. Prior to developing Sneyd Park Edwin Stride and his sons Jared and Jethro had set up the Crown Brick Works in Shirehampton to supply bricks for the docks then under construction.

Speedwell, Bristol (Q7575698)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Speedwell is an area of east Bristol, Part of the Hillfields ward. It has a mixture of residential and industrial land.

St Mary Magdalen Nunnery, Bristol (Q7594569)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St Mary Magdalen Nunnery (grid reference ST585733) was a priory of Augustinian canonesses in Kingsdown, Bristol, England. It was founded c. 1173 and dissolved in 1536. St Mary Magdalen is remembered in the name of Maudlin Street; the nunnery was located near to the corner of Maudlin Street and St Michael's Hill, which was later the site of the King David Inn.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 1536 disestablishments in England, Former buildings and structures in Bristol
Tyndalls Park (Q7860464)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Tyndall's Park is an area of central Bristol, England. It lies north of Park Row and Queen's Road, east of Whiteladies Road and west of St Michael's Hill, between the districts of Clifton, Cotham and Kingsdown. It includes the campus of Bristol Grammar School, and many of the buildings of the University of Bristol.

Whitehall, Bristol (Q7995945)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Whitehall, is a district on the northeastern edge of central Bristol, within the electoral ward of Easton.

Redfield, Bristol (Q15272174)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Redfield is an area situated in East Bristol though it is represented in Westminster as part of the Bristol West constituency. It includes the stretch of Church Road (A420) from Verrier Road to the western boundary of St George's Green, Victorian-era landscaped parkland. It is adjacent to the neighbourhoods of Barton Hill and Russell Town to the South, St George to the East, Whitehall to the North and Lawrence Hill to the West and Pile Marsh to the South-East.

Quarry Steps, Durdham Down (Q7269222)
item type: quarry
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Quarry Steps, Durdham Down (grid reference ST573747) is a 0.006 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near Durdham Down in Bristol, notified in 1990.

White Hart Inn And Attached Wall (Q26497982)
item type: inn

website: http://www.thewhitehartbristol.co.uk; National Heritage List for England number: 1202364

Stokes Croft (Q3973790)
item type: street / human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Stokes Croft is a road in Bristol, England. It is part of the A38, a main road north of the city centre. Locals refer to the area around the road by the same name.

Greater Bristol (Q4096564)
item type: urban area
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Greater Bristol is a term used for the conurbation which contains and surrounds the city of Bristol in the South West of England. There is no official "Greater Bristol" authority, but the term is sometimes used by local, regional and national authorities, and others as a synonym for either the "Bristol Urban Area" or a wider area of the former County of Avon (sometimes the whole of the former County of Avon area), and by some, TfGB (Transport for Greater Bristol), to refer to the Province of Bristol as defined by C. B. Fawcett (1919) or Derek Senior (1969). The Bristol post town covers a wider area than the city of Bristol.

Begbrook (Q4880424)
item type: human settlement
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Begbrook is a suburb of Bristol. It is named after the eponymous stream, which is a tributary of the Frome river.

Blackfriars, Bristol (Q4922883)
item type: human settlement / architectural structure / friary
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Blackfriars, Bristol was a Dominican priory in Broadmead, Bristol, England. It was founded by Maurice de Gaunt in 1227 or 1228. Llywelyn ap Dafydd, son of Dafydd ap Gruffydd, the last native Prince of Wales, was buried in the cemetery of the priory. Following the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th century, surviving parts of the priory became a guildhall for the Smiths and Cutlers Company, the Bakers Company, a workhouse and then a meeting house for the Quakers. In the 20th century, it has housed the local register office, a theatre company, and a restaurant.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 1538 disestablishments in England
Hand Crane At Mud Dock (Q26504596)
item type: crane

National Heritage List for England number: 1209534

University of Bristol Special Collections (Q81165011)
item type: academic archive

Street address: Tyndall Avenue, Bristol, BS8 1TJ (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/library/resources/specialcollections/

War Memorial, St Mary Redcliffe (Q66477918)
item type: war memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1437953

Chandos Road War Memorial (Q66478576)
item type: war memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1443732

Henbury War Memorial (Q66478690)
item type: war memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1445113

26 St Matthew's Road (Q69772379)
item type: house

Street address: 26 St Matthew's Road, Kingsdown, Bristol, BS6 5TU (from Wikidata)

National Heritage List for England number: 1463340

Apsley Villa (Q26498104)
item type: villa

National Heritage List for England number: 1202507

Pen Park Hole (Q7162100)
item type: cave
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Pen Park Hole is a large cavern situated underground, at the edge of Filton Golf Course. The cavern was discovered accidentally in the 17th Century and the first descent was made by Captain Sturmy in 1669. The entrance is adjacent to the Southmead and Brentry housing estates of north Bristol. Access is tightly controlled by Bristol City Council. It was scheduled as a Site of Special Scientific Interest in 2016 on account of its geological origins, and its cave invertebrate community including the cave shrimp Niphargus kochianus, which is normally known as a spring seepage or chalk aquifer species.

1-12, 12a and 14-46 Royal York Crescent (Q17553004)
item type: crescent

National Heritage List for England number: 1219600

Section of City Wall, King Street (Q17641919)
item type: archaeological site

National Heritage List for England number: 1006990

The Mere Bank and flanking ditches (Q17665208)
item type: archaeological site

National Heritage List for England number: 1020664

Patent Slip And Quay Walls (Q26513315)
item type: wharf

National Heritage List for England number: 1218703

Public Urinal (Q26676967)
item type: public toilet

National Heritage List for England number: 1422607

Clarks Wood Company warehouse (Q5127586)
item type: depot
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Clarks Wood Company warehouse is a 19th-century industrial building in Silverthorne Lane, Bristol.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202567

Transit Shed E (Q26571135)
item type: depot

National Heritage List for England number: 1282141

Rownham Ferry (Q21540479)
item type: ferry route
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Rownham Ferry was a boat service across the River Avon in Bristol, England. It began operations by the twelfth century and ceased in 1932 after the construction of bridges across the river.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 1932 disestablishments in England
St Vincent's Works Factory (Q26498156)
item type: factory

National Heritage List for England number: 1202565

Redcliffe Caves (Q30625218)
item type: mine
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Redcliffe Caves are a series of man made tunnels beneath the Redcliffe area of Bristol, England.

Filton Avenue Nursery School (Q66161266)
item type: day care

Street address: Filton Avenue Nursery School, Blakeney Road, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 0DL (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.filtonavenue.org; EDUBase URN: 108894

Little Hayes and Hillfields Early Years & Family Centre (Q66161267)
item type: day care

Street address: Little Hayes and Hillfields Early Years & Family Centre, Symington Road, Fishponds, Bristol, BS16 2LL (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 108895

Rosemary Nursery School and Children's Centre (Q66161271)
item type: day care

Street address: Rosemary Nursery School and Children's Centre, Haviland House, Great Ann Street, St Judes, Bristol, BS2 0DT (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 108898; website: http://www.rosemary.bristol.sch.uk

Thurlstone And Attached Area Railings (Q26498185)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202592

York House And Area Railings (Q26571045)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282041

Picton House And Forecourt Railings (Q26498048)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202441

The Exchange, Bristol (Q4096567)
item type: building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Exchange is a Grade I listed building built in 1741–43 by John Wood the Elder, on Corn Street, near the junction with Broad Street in Bristol, England. It was previously used as a corn and general trade exchange but is now used as offices and St Nicholas Market.

National Heritage List for England number: 1298770

Sion Villas (Q26571120)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282126

Transit Shed W (Q26571136)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282142

37 St George's Road (Q66479958)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1460107

10 Dowry Square (Q17553034)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1280221

New Bridewell Tower (Q24993810)
item type: building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

New Bridewell Tower (or New Bridewell) is a 16-storey student accommodation building located in Central Bristol, England. The £30 million development consists of demolishing the former 1970's New Bridewell Police headquarters and the construction of a 499-bed student accommodation building. The development also includes a public square, which provides a link to the nearby old Magistrates court redevelopment, and 600 sq metres of commercial floor space and public realm improvements.

Numbers 14-17 And Attached Area Railings (Q17528526)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282179

Number 11 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q17552576)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202402

Speedwell Nursery School (Q66161273)
item type: day care

Street address: Speedwell Nursery School, Speedwell Road, Kingswood, Bristol, BS5 7SY (from Wikidata)

EDUBase URN: 108900

M32 motorway (Q1809340)
item type: controlled-access highway
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The M32 is a motorway in South Gloucestershire and Bristol, England, which at roughly 4.4 miles (7.1 km) is one of Britain's shortest. It provides a link from the M4, a major motorway linking London and South Wales, to Bristol city centre and is maintained by National Highways, the national roads body.

St Augustine the Less Church, Bristol (Q7592562)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St Augustine the Less was a Church of England parish church in Bristol, England, first attested in 1240, rebuilt in 1480, damaged in 1940 by fire, and demolished in 1962. It took its name from its proximity to the church of the Abbey of St Augustine (St Augustine the Great), which is now Bristol Cathedral.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Buildings and structures demolished in 1962, Demolished buildings and structures in Bristol, Former Church of England church buildings, Former churches in Bristol
Siege of Bristol (Q7509888)
item type: siege
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The siege of Bristol lasted from the 18th to 26th of October 1326, and saw the city besieged by the forces of Isabella of France and Roger Mortimer during the 1326 Invasion of England. Isabella and Mortimer's forces fought the garrison under Hugh Despenser the Elder for eight days in a siege. They captured the fort after several attacks.

Royal York Crescent (Q7375040)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Royal York Crescent is a major residential street in Clifton, Bristol. It overlooks much of the docks, and much of the city can be seen from it. It also joins Clifton Village at one end. It is one of the most expensive streets in the city.

Kiss 101 (Q6416898)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Kiss 101 was a radio station in Bristol, England that broadcast to South Wales and the West of England, playing pop, dance, hip hop, urban, R&B and electronic music. The radio station broadcast simulcast to Kiss 100. The coverage was made to overlap with that of Kiss 100.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct radio stations in the United Kingdom, Former pirate radio stations
Narroways Hill Junction (Q6966328)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Narroways Hill Junction is a railway junction in Bristol, England. It is where the Severn Beach Line branches off from the Cross Country Route, and also where the old Midland Railway line to Mangotsfield left the Severn Beach Line.

The Centre, Bristol (Q7721919)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Centre is a public open space in the central area of Bristol, England, created by covering over the River Frome. The northern end of The Centre, known as Magpie Park, is skirted on its western edge by Colston Avenue; the southern end is a larger paved area bounded by St Augustine's Parade to the west, Broad Quay the east, and St Augustine's Reach (part of the Floating Harbour) to the south, and bisected by the 2016 extension of Baldwin Street. The Centre is managed by Bristol City Council.

The Dutch House, Bristol (Q7731263)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Dutch House was a large timber-framed building situated at Nos 1 and 2, High Street Bristol, England. It was a well-known local landmark until its destruction in 1940.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former buildings and structures in Bristol
St Philip's Marsh T&RSMD (Q7595396)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St Philip's Marsh depot is a railway depot located in the St Philip's Marsh district of Bristol, England. It was established as a steam locomotive shed in 1910 but this facility closed in the 1960s. A new diesel facility opened nearby at Marsh Junction in 1959). This has since been combined with a new shed which was opened in 1976 to maintain new InterCity 125 trainsets.

University of Bristol Society of Change Ringers (Q7895132)
item type: organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University of Bristol Society of Change Ringers (UBSCR) is a change ringing society. UBSCR is associated with the University of Bristol and is affiliated to Bristol SU. UBSCR was established in 1943 and has rung bells at St Michael on the Mount Without since 1944. Since 1950 there have been over 700 peals rung for the society. UBSCR is also affiliated to the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers and sends two representatives to its AGM.

website: http://www.ubscr.org.uk

Bristol Arena (Q15204858)
item type: sports venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

YTL Arena Bristol is a 17,000-capacity indoor arena currently under construction, located on the former Filton Airfield’s Brabazon hangar.

website: https://www.ytlarenabristol.co.uk/

Greyfriars, Bristol (Q15222147)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Greyfriars, in Bristol, England, was a Franciscan friary. The name Greyfriars derived from the grey robes worn by the friars. It was founded at some time before 1234, within the town walls and then moved to Lewin's Mead in 1250. The site included extensive gardens surrounded by a stone wall. Following the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the sixteenth century, the premises were leased to the town council in 1541, who desired to use the stone to make repairs to the town walls, and the harbour facilities. In succeeding centuries many different uses have been made of the site, which is currently occupied by an office block and part of Bristol Dental School.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Buildings and structures demolished in the 16th century, Demolished buildings and structures in Bristol
Whiteladies Road (Q7996121)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Whiteladies Road is a main road in Bristol, England. It runs north from the Victoria Rooms to Durdham Down, and separates Clifton on the west side from Redland and Cotham on the east. It forms part of the A4018.

Tower Belle (Q15071918)
item type: passenger ship
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Tower Belle is a passenger boat based in Bristol Harbour in England. The vessel is operated by the Bristol Packet Boat Trips company on pleasure and educational trips in the City Docks, on the River Avon to the Chequers Inn at Hanham Lock and Beese's Tea Gardens at Conham. Tower Belle was built in 1920 in Newcastle upon Tyne by Armstrong Whitworth, originally known as Wincomblee. In the 1950s and 1960s she worked in London, finally coming to Bristol in 1976.

Whitefriars, Bristol (Q7995927)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Whitefriars was a Carmelite friary on the lower slopes of St Michael's Hill, Bristol, England. It was established in 1267; in subsequent centuries a friary church was built and extensive gardens developed. The establishment was dissolved in 1538.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former buildings and structures in Bristol
Clifton College Close Ground (Q15210942)
item type: sports venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Clifton College Close is a cricket venue in Clifton College, Bristol, which was used by Gloucestershire for 96 first-class matches between 1871 and 1932. It is first recorded as a cricket venue in 1860 and remains in use for local matches.

Warehouse premises of Hardware (Bristol) Limited (Q7969301)
item type: building / former warehouse
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Warehouse premises of Hardware (Bristol) Limited (grid reference ST596729) is on Old Bread Street, Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202392

Bristol Port Railway and Pier (Q12053591)
item type: railroad
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Bristol Port Railway and Pier (occasionally referred to as the Bristol Port and Pier Railway) was a railway in Bristol, England.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Closed railway lines in South West England, Railway lines closed in 1922
Pneumatic Institution (Q7205959)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Pneumatic Institution (also referred to as Pneumatic Institute) was a medical research facility in Bristol, England, in 1799–1802. It was established by physician and science writer Thomas Beddoes to study the medical effects of gases, known as factitious airs, that had recently been discovered. Humphry Davy headed the Institution's laboratory, examining the effects of laughing gas on himself and others, and James Watt designed much of the lab's equipment.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 1802 disestablishments in England
Portishead Pier to Black Nore SSSI (Q7231833)
item type: protected area
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Portishead Pier to Black Nore SSSI (grid reference ST474778) is a 71.8 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the town of Portishead in North Somerset, notified in 1952.

Robinson's Warehouse, Bristol (Q7352953)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Robinson's Warehouse (grid reference ST585725) is a warehouse on Bathurst Parade, on the Floating Harbour in Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1204025

Port of Bristol (Q7231091)
item type: port
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Port of Bristol comprises the commercial docks situated in and near the city of Bristol in England. They are now operated by the Bristol Port Company, which owns both Avonmouth and Royal Portbury Docks. Until 1991 the Port of Bristol Authority, part of Bristol City Council, operated Bristol City, Avonmouth, Portishead and Royal Portbury Docks. Headquartered in Bristol, United Kingdom, The Bristol Port Company is a full service logistics company. They offer a full range of shipping, distribution and logistics services.

Portway, Bristol (Q7232822)
item type: road
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Portway is a major road in the City of Bristol. It is part of the A4 and connects Bristol City Centre to the Avonmouth Docks and the M5 motorway via the Avon Gorge.

Park Street, Bristol (Q7138050)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Park Street is a major shopping street in Bristol, England, linking the city centre to Clifton. It forms part of the A4018.

Redcliffe Hall, Bristol (Q7305563)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Redcliffe Hall was an early purpose-built playhouse on Redcliffe Hill, Bristol, England operating in the 17th century. It was built by Richard Barker, certainly before 1637 and possibly as early as 1604. Together with the Wine Street playhouse, Bristol thus had two purpose-built theatres, more than any other provincial city of the time.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former buildings and structures in Bristol
14 and 15 King Street, Bristol (Q4549965)
item type: depot
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

14 and 15 King Street is the address of an historic warehouse building in King Street, Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202327

32 King Street, Bristol (Q4635017)
item type: restaurant / warehouse
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

32 King Street is the address of a historic warehouse building in King Street, Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202331

37 and 39 Jamaica Street, Bristol (Q4635859)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

37 and 39 Jamaica Street is the address of an historic carriage-works in Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202319

A432 road (Q4649312)
item type: A road
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The A432 is a road running from Bristol to Old Sodbury. The road is mostly single carriageway with one lane each way, with a short dual carriageway section in the east of Yate.

A4032 road (Q4649218)
item type: A road
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)
A Surge of Power (Jen Reid) 2020 (Q97394804)
item type: statue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

A Surge of Power (Jen Reid) 2020 is a 2020 black resin sculpture, sculpted by Marc Quinn and modelled on Jen Reid; both Quinn and Reid are credited as artists. It depicts Reid, a black female protester, raising her arm in a Black Power salute. It was erected surreptitiously in the city centre of Bristol, England, in the early morning of 15 July 2020. It was placed on the empty plinth from which a 19th-century statue of Edward Colston, who had been involved in the Atlantic slave trade, had been toppled, defaced and pushed into the city's harbour by George Floyd protesters the previous month. The statue was removed by Bristol City Council the day after it was installed.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: 2020 disestablishments in England
Old Market Street drill hall, Bristol (Q38251854)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Old Market Street drill hall is a former military installation in the Old Market district of Bristol.

Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research (Q50040120)
item type: facility
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research is an international research institute for mathematics based at the University of Bristol. It is named after the distinguished number theorist Hans Heilbronn who worked at Bristol University from 1934–1935 and 1946–1964. The Institute was founded in 2005 and is run as a partnership between the UK Government Communications Headquarters and the UK academic mathematics community. It has facilities in Bristol, London, and Manchester. The current Chair of the Institute is Geoffrey Grimmett FRS.

website: https://heilbronn.ac.uk/

Marsh Street (Q28792252)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Marsh Street is a street in the city of Bristol, England.

Siege of Bristol (Q16824407)
item type: siege
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Second Siege of Bristol of the First English Civil War lasted from 23 August 1645 until 10 September 1645, when the Royalist commander Prince Rupert surrendered the city that he had captured from the Parliamentarians on 26 July 1643. The commander of the Parliamentarian New Model Army forces besieging Bristol was Lord Fairfax.

Bristol International Exhibition (Q24993820)
item type: exhibition
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Bristol International Exhibition was held on Ashton Meadows in the Bower Ashton area of Bristol, England in 1914. The exhibition which had been planned since 1912 was a commercial venture and not fully supported by the civic dignitaries of the city which caused difficulties raising the funds needed. Most of the construction of the venues was from wooden frames covered by plasterboard and occurred in just 2 months prior to opening. It opened on 28 May 1914 was closed on 6 June. Further funding was raised and the exhibition reopened, but continued to struggle with lower than expected attendance and, following several court hearings, finally closed on 15 August just after the outbreak of World War I.

Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone (Q19654750)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone is an enterprise zone in Bristol, England, focused on creative, high-tech and low-carbon industries. Covering an area of 70 hectares (170 acres), it is based around Bristol Temple Meads railway station, which is being redeveloped by Network Rail. It also contains the area around the existing Temple Quay development, and the Silverthorne Lane and Avon Riverside areas. It includes the site of the planned Bristol Arena, and the site of the University of Bristol's planned Temple Quarter Campus.

South Purdown (Q20128099)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Purdown, Bristol, is an ancient green space located in north Bristol, England. The area of land is bordered by central Muller Road, Sir Johns Lane Allotment site, Stoke Park, Lockleaze Open Space and the Priory Hospital, and has been designated a Site of Nature Conservation Interest and an important wildlife corridor.

Tollgate House (Q16901767)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Tollgate House was a nineteen floor office building in the city of Bristol, England. It was located at the southern end of the M32 motorway leading into the city centre.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former buildings and structures in Bristol
Cornwallis Crescent (Q17553170)
item type: crescent / ensemble of buildings
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Cornwallis Crescent is a late 18th-century crescent of 24 Georgian town houses, located between York Gardens and Cornwallis Avenue in the Clifton area of Bristol. The postcode is within the Hotwells and Harbourside ward and electoral division, which is in the constituency of Bristol West.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282314

Two Mile Hill (Q22330027)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Two Mile Hill is a small district and parish on the eastern edge of the City of Bristol, just to the west of Kingswood which itself is in South Gloucestershire. Two Mile Hill Primary School is located in the area.

Purdown (Q16014693)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Purdown (sometimes spelt Pur Down) is a hill in the north east of Bristol, England. The suburb of Lockleaze lies on its western flanks, and the Stoke Park estate occupies its eastern flanks. The M32 motorway crosses the eastern side of the hill.

Finzels Reach (Q24993809)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Finzels Reach is a 4.7-acre (1.9 ha) mixed use development site located in central Bristol, England, on a former industrial site, which occupies most of the south bank of Bristol Floating Harbour between Bristol Bridge and St Philip's Bridge, across the river from Castle Park.

Creative England (Q22000840)
item type: nonprofit organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Creative UK (known as Creative England from 2010 to 2021) is a not-for-profit organisation that supports the creative industries in the United Kingdom. The business promotes the development of creative companies, which in turn support business across games, film, creative and digital media as well as production services. The company works in partnership with the British Film Institute, has offices in Bristol and Salford, and operates predominantly outside of the city of London.

website: http://www.creativeengland.co.uk/

Medieval vaults N of St Peter's Church (Q17647265)
item type: vault

National Heritage List for England number: 1003065

12 Dowry Square (Q93900952)
item type: house / school building

National Heritage List for England number: 1206485

Gate Piers At Entrance To Drive To Cote (Q26497815)
item type: gatepost

National Heritage List for England number: 1202164

Gate Piers Flanking Entrance To Cambridge Park (Q26500152)
item type: gatepost

National Heritage List for England number: 1204737

Upper Knowle (Q7898726)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)
Whitchurch Circuit (Q7994200)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Whitchurch Circuit was a motor racing circuit located at the former Bristol (Whitchurch) Airport in Bristol, England.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct sports venues in Bristol
Show of Strength Theatre Company (Q7503093)
item type: theatre company
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Show of Strength Theatre Company is a Bristol-based theatre company which has produced new and forgotten works since 1986 in a range of venues in Bristol and the South West. The company is funded by Arts Council England and Bristol City Council but also relies on individual and corporate sponsorship. They have produced over 60 plays and established several new performance venues including the Showboat pub (Horfield), the Hen and Chicken pub (Bedminster), Quakers Friars (Broadmead), the Tobacco Factory (Southville) and Paintworks (Arnos Vale). The company has received many awards for its work, including the London Weekend Television Plays on Stage award and the Guinness/Royal National Theatre Pub Theatre Award. As well as plays Show of Strength have produced numerous play readings and writing workshops. Although based in Bristol the work of the company has received regular attention from the UK national press.

website: http://showofstrength.org.uk/

The Breeze (Q7719947)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Breeze (Frome & West Wiltshire) was a local radio station serving Warminster, Westbury / Trowbridge in West Wiltshire / Frome in East Somerset.

website: http://westwilts.thebreeze.com/

Ironmould Lane (Q15228812)
item type: sports venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Ironmould Lane is a cricket ground in Bristol. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1894, when Brislington played Peasedown St John. In 1969 the ground held its first List-A match when Somerset played Surrey in the Player's County League. The following season the ground held its final List-A match when Somerset played Derbyshire in the John Player League.

St John's Lane (Q16466432)
item type: sports venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St John's Lane was a football ground in Bristol, England. It was the home ground of Bristol City between 1894 and 1904.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct football venues in England, Defunct sports venues in Bristol
Imperial Athletic Ground (Q6006361)
item type: sports venue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Imperial Athletic Ground was a cricket ground in south Bristol owned by the Imperial Tobacco group and used by Somerset. The first first-class match on the ground was in 1957, when Somerset played Sussex in the County Championship. From 1957 to 1966, the ground played host to 9 first-class matches, with the final first-class match held at the ground between Somerset and Hampshire.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct cricket grounds in England, Defunct sports venues in Bristol
Holy Cross Inns Court Vicarage (Q5885272)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Holy Cross Inns Court Vicarage (grid reference ST587691) is in the Knowle West area of Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202314

1980 St. Pauls riot (Q4579405)
item type: occurrence
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The St Pauls riot occurred in St Pauls, Bristol, England on 2 April 1980 when police raided the Black and White Café on Grosvenor Road in the heart of the area. After several hours of disturbance in which fire engines and police cars were damaged, 130 people were arrested, 25 were taken to hospital, including 19 police and members of the press.

Bristol Harbour Festival (Q4968919)
item type: festival
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Bristol Harbour Festival is a festival held annually in the English city of Bristol, and which the celebrates the city's maritime heritage and the importance of Bristol's docks and harbour. Most of the activities, including live music, street performances, fireworks and a variety of other live entertainments, are held on or near the waterfront of Bristol Harbour. Venues include Queen Square, Lloyds Amphitheatre, Millennium Square and Castle Park, with seagoing vessels moored nearby. The liveliest part of the festival is quayside, but the main attractions are entertainment designed to engage all the communities of Bristol, as well as entertain the thousands of visitors to the city.

website: http://www.bristolharbourfestival.co.uk

Broadmead (Q4972222)
item type: shopping street / shopping district
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Broadmead is a street in the central area of Bristol, England, which has given its name to the principal shopping district of the city. It is part of Bristol Shopping Quarter.

M5 motorway (Q1824663)
item type: controlled-access highway
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The M5 is a motorway in England linking the Midlands with the South West. It runs from junction 8 of the M6 at West Bromwich near Birmingham to Exeter in Devon. Heading south-west, the M5 runs east of West Bromwich and west of Birmingham through Sandwell Valley. It continues past Bromsgrove (and from Birmingham and Bromsgrove is part of the Birmingham Motorway Box), Droitwich Spa, Worcester, Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol, Clevedon, Weston-super-Mare, Bridgwater, Taunton, terminating at junction 31 for Exeter. Congestion on the section south of the M4 is common during the summer holidays, on Friday afternoons and bank holidays.

Burst Radio (Q5000632)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bristol University's Radio Station (Burst) is a radio station run by students of the University of Bristol, UK. Its studios are located within the University of Bristol Students’ Union building and it broadcasts online. The station was initially known as ‘BURST FM’, but this name was dropped as the station no longer broadcasts on FM frequencies. The station is off air during university vacations.

website: http://www.burstradio.org.uk

murder of Joanna Yeates (Q2690620)
item type: murder
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Joanna Clare Yeates (19 April 1985 – 17 December 2010) was a landscape architect from Hampshire, England, who went missing from the flat she shared with her partner, in a large house in Bristol, on 17 December 2010 after an evening out with colleagues. Following a highly publicised appeal for information on her whereabouts and intensive police enquiries, her body was discovered on 25 December 2010 in Failand, North Somerset. A post-mortem examination determined that she had been strangled.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Formerly missing people
International Festival of the Sea, 1996 (Q6050528)
item type: festival
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The International Festival of the Sea was a maritime festival, held in and around the Floating Harbour in the English port city of Bristol. Held from 24 to 27 May 1996, it was the first of a series of International Festivals of the Sea that have since been held in various United Kingdom ports.

Magnesian Conglomerate (Q6731359)
item type: formation
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Magnesian Conglomerate is a geological formation in Clifton, Bristol in England (originally Avon), Gloucestershire and southern Wales, present in Tytherington, Durdham Down and Cromhall Quarry. It dates back to the Rhaetian stage of the Late Triassic, although it may be as old as the Norian stage of the Late Triassic and as young as the Hettangian stage of the Early Jurassic. This formation was first discovered in autumn 1834 and was studied in 1836 by Henry Riley and Samuel Stutchbury.

St Pauls Carnival (Q7595190)
item type: carnival
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St. Paul's Carnival is an annual Caribbean Carnival held, usually on the first Saturday of July, in St. Paul's, Bristol, England. The celebration began in 1968 as the St. Paul's Festival, in order to improve relationships between the European, African, Caribbean and Asian inhabitants of the area.

website: http://www.stpaulscarnival.co.uk/, https://www.stpaulscarnival.net/

Antlers Gallery (Q17985562)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Antlers Gallery is a commercial gallery based in Bristol England. Created in 2010 by gallery Director Jack Gibbon, Antlers Gallery produces temporary exhibitions across varying locations, with their only permanent base being online. Dubbed the 'nomadic' gallery, they use a similar business model to pop – up galleries but tie these together under the gallery brand. Antlers also have an active publishing wing working with artists producing limited edition prints and multiples.

website: http://www.antlersgallery.com/

Temple Quay (Q19897921)
item type: mixed-use development
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Temple Quay is an area of mixed-use development in central Bristol, England. The project was initiated by Bristol Development Corporation in 1989, under the name Quay Point until 1995. In that year it was handed over to English Partnerships, under whom development eventually started in 1998. It is bounded by Temple Way (the A4044) to the west and Bristol Temple Meads railway station to the southeast; to the northeast the development was bounded by Bristol Floating Harbour until 2002, when development of Temple Quay North started on the harbour's other side. In 2012 the whole area became part of Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone.

Stapleton Road (Q17104134)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Stapleton Road is a major thoroughfare in the English city of Bristol, running through the districts of Lawrence Hill and Easton. It is known for being very culturally diverse with many esoteric shops. However since the mid 20th century it has gained a reputation for having a high crime rate.

The Breeze (Q7719946)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Breeze (Bristol) was a local radio station serving Bristol.

website: http://www.thebreeze.com/bristol/

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct radio stations in the United Kingdom, Former pirate radio stations
Black and White Café (Q4922234)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Black and White Café was a cafe in St Pauls, Bristol in the United Kingdom, that opened in 1971. The Caribbean food café had a reputation as a drug den and was raided more times by the police than any other premises in the country.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Demolished buildings and structures in Bristol
Westmoreland House (Q28401767)
item type: architectural structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Westmoreland House was a building at Nos. 104–106 Stokes Croft, Bristol, next door to the Carriage Works.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Buildings and structures demolished in 2018, Demolished buildings and structures in England
Loan Exhibition of Women's Industries (Q30590936)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Loan Exhibition of Women's Industries was an exhibition held in Queens Villa, Queen's Road, Bristol which opened on 26 February 1885 and ran until the end of April. It highlighted the work of women, aiming to give them improved representation and encourage others to better appreciate them. 18,000 visitors attended over the course of the exhibition.

The Great Western Cotton Factory (Q28402567)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Great Western Cotton Factory was opened on a site in Barton Hill, Bristol in April 1838 to spin and weave cotton into cloth. The cotton processed at the factory was brought from America to the port of Liverpool and carried by water to Bristol. It was the only example of a cotton mill in the south west of England, most other factories being in Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cheshire and Derbyshire.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct companies based in Bristol, Defunct manufacturing companies of the United Kingdom
Bristol Barton Hill TMD (Q30621638)
item type: traction maintenance depot
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bristol Barton Hill TMD is a traction maintenance depot located in Barton Hill, Bristol, England. The depot is located on the Great Western Main Line to the north-east of Bristol Temple Meads station.

Avonmouth explosion (Q103820558)
item type: explosion
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

On 3 December 2020, at about 11:20 GMT, a silo containing biosolids exploded in Avonmouth, Bristol, UK, killing four men, including a 16-year old apprentice, and injuring another person. Avon and Somerset Police declared a major incident, and a doctor and specialist paramedic in critical care from the nearby Great Western Air Ambulance headquarters attended the incident by both their rapid response car and emergency helicopter.

Eastville Workhouse (Q105555622)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Eastville Workhouse (officially named the Barton Regis workhouse) was a workhouse situated at 100 Fishponds Road, in Bristol, U.K. It was converted into a home for the elderly in the 1920s, and demolished to make way for housing in 1972.

Boleh (Q104791087)
item type: ship
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Boleh (the name means "Can do" in Malay) is a junk yacht built in Singapore in 1948-9 by Commander Robin Kilroy DSC Royal Navy, and now based in Chichester Harbour and operated along the South coast of England by the Boleh Trust.

Castle Park View (Q108239357)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Castle Park View is a 26-storey high-rise in Bristol, England. Set for completion in 2022, the development occupies the site of the former Central Ambulance Station at the corner of Castle Street and Tower Hill and was proposed in 2017, with work starting in 2019. Designed by Chapman Taylor, the development contains 375 apartments and is the tallest building in Bristol at a height of 98m.

Freemason's Hall, Bristol (Q105163181)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Freemason's Hall, Bristol is a building on Park Street in the city of Bristol. It is a Grade II* listed building initially built in 1821. It is now the home of Freemason's in Bristol and is the seat of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Bristol as well as a number of other organisations and side orders including the Rite of Baldwyn. It is the home of 38 Craft Lodges, 14 Royal Arch Chapters, and 7 Mark Lodges, 3 Royal Ark Lodges and is one of the few masonic provinces which enjoy all lodges meeting in the same building. The Bristol Masonic Society also meets there.

Bristol power stations (Q110323943)
item type: fossil-fuel power station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bristol power stations supplied electricity to the City of Bristol and the surrounding area from 1893 to 1959. Temple Back and Avonbank (Feeder Road) power stations were built by the Bristol Corporation which operated them up to the nationalisation of the British electricity supply industry in 1948.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Demolished buildings and structures in Bristol, Demolished power stations in the United Kingdom, Former power stations in England
Welsh Back (Q110411391)
item type: street / wharf
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Welsh Back is a wharf and street alongside the floating harbour in the centre of the city of Bristol, England. The wharf and street extend some 450 metres (1,480 ft) along the west side of the harbour between Bristol Bridge and Redcliffe Bridge. At the northern (Bristol Bridge) end, the street and wharf are immediately adjacent, but to the south they are separated by a range of single story transit sheds. The wharf is a grade II listed structure and takes its name because it was freqented by vessels from Welsh ports.

12, Welsh Back, Bristol (Q110819946)
item type: house
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Langton House or Langton Mansion located at 12, Welsh Back, Bristol, was a Jacobean house, built by John Langton, a merchant of Bristol who became mayor of the city in 1628. It is notable for its elaborate interiors. The house was demolished in 1906, but much of the internal fittings survive, mostly at New Place, a house in Hampshire designed by Edwin Lutyens.

Street address: 12, Welsh Back, Bristol (from Wikidata)

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Buildings and structures demolished in 1906, Demolished buildings and structures in England
Moorfields, Bristol (Q96393873)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Moorfields is an area of Bristol, England. It lies in the east of the city, east of Barton Hill, south of Easton and west of Redfield. The name is no longer in common use, and the area is now generally considered parts of Easton and Redfield.

Avon Fissure Fill (Q98098792)
item type: formation
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Avon Fissure Fill, also known as the Bristol Fissure Fill or Tytherington Fissure Fill, is a fissure fill in Avon, England (now Bristol) which dates variously from the Norian and Rhaetian stages of the Late Triassic, or possibly as late as the Hettangian stage of the Early Jurassic. The fissure fill at Avon was a sinkhole formed by the dissolution of Lower Carboniferous limestones.

Trinity Academy, Bristol (Q85810719)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Trinity Academy is a mixed gender non-selective musical Secondary Academy, located in the Lockleaze area of Bristol, England. It is one of three secondary schools in the Cathedrals Schools Trust (CST) along with Bristol Cathedral Choir School & St Katherine's School. It is situated alongside Stoke Park Primary School.and bishop road

Ridgeway (Q45319499)
item type: neighborhood
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Ridgeway is a suburban area of Bristol, located in the east of the city between Fishponds, Speedwell and Eastville.

South Bristol (Q48779184)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

South Bristol is the part of Bristol, England south of the Bristol Avon. It is almost entirely made up of the areas of the city historically in Somerset, and since the abolition of the county Avon, consists of the southern suburbs in the county of Bristol. Definitions sometimes also include areas of North Somerset, including Long Ashton, Nailsea and Backwell.

Wine Street, Bristol (Q55099315)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Wine Street, together with High Street, Broad Street and Corn Street, is one of the four cross streets which met at the Bristol High Cross, the heart of Bristol, England when it was a walled mediaeval town. From this crossroads Wine Street runs along a level ridge approximately 175m north-eastwards to the top of Union Street.

University of Bristol Theatre Collection (Q60747409)
item type: museum / archive
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University of Bristol Theatre Collection was founded in 1951 to serve the University of Bristol Department of Drama. It is now one of the world's largest archives of British Theatre History. It is a fully accredited Archive and Museum and home to the Live Art Archive.

Street address: 21 Park Row, Bristol, BS1 5LT (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/theatre-collection

Easton Jamia Mosque (Q60769482)
item type: mosque
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Easton Jamia Mosque is a mosque in the Easton area of Bristol, England, which has a striking and unique transparent dome.

Whitchurch (Q113481694)
item type: suburb
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Whitchurch is a village in north Somerset, England and an adjoining suburb of southern Bristol, bounded by Hartcliffe to the west and Hengrove and Knowle to the north. The suburb was initially developed during the 1930s.

Park Street riot (Q48817641)
item type: riot
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Park Street riot occurred in Park Street and George Street Bristol, England, on 15 July 1944 when many black US servicemen (GIs) refused to return to their camps after US military policemen (MPs) arrived to end a minor fracas. More MPs were sent, up to 120 in total, and Park Street was closed with buses. In subsequent confrontations an MP was stabbed, a black GI was shot dead, and several others were wounded.

1974 Bristol bombing (Q55099400)
item type: occurrence
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The 1974 Bristol bombing was a twin bomb attack carried out by the Provisional IRA in a shopping street in Bristol city centre on 18 December 1974. A bomb was placed in a holdall outside Dixons Photographic shop on Park Street which exploded just before 8 pm. Nine minutes later another more powerful bomb detonated in a dustbin 30 yards away. The blasts injured 20 people and was part of the IRA's bombing campaign in England. The IRA gave a telephone warning for the first bomb but not the second one.

High Street, Bristol (Q53087695)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

High Street, together with Wine Street, Broad Street and Corn Street, is one of the four cross streets which met at the carfax, later the site of the Bristol High Cross, the heart of Bristol, England when it was a walled medieval town. From this crossroads High Street runs downhill south-east to Bristol Bridge, a distance of approximately 155m.

St Matthew's Church, Moorfields (Q96406393)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St Matthew's Church was an Anglican parish church in Bristol, England. It was located in the west of Redfield, on Church Road (formerly Redfield Road), part of the A420.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former churches in Bristol
Mary le Port Street, Bristol (Q55099270)
item type: street
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Mary le Port Street (also known as St Mary le Port Street, Maryleport Street or Maryport Street) was an important thoroughfare from an early stage in the development of the settlement of Bristol, England, linking the area around St Peters Church and, later, Bristol Castle with the Saxon core of the town to the west at High Street, Wine Street, Corn Street and Broad Street. It was heavily damaged by aerial bombing in 1940, and was relegated to an unnamed service road and footway in post-war reconstruction of the area.

Waverley F.C. (Q65048062)
item type: association football team
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Waverley F.C. were an English association football club based in Bristol during the Victorian era. Founded in 1889 as an offshoot of Waverley Cricket Club, they were founding members of the second division of the Western Football League (known at the time as the Bristol & District League), and finished bottom of the table in both the 1893–94 and 1894–95 seasons. They moved into the South Bristol & District League in the summer of 1895.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct English football club stubs, Defunct football clubs in Bristol, Defunct football clubs in England
Abels Shipbuilders (Q4666725)
item type: business enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Abels Shipbuilders Ltd was a ship and boat builder in Bristol, England. In addition to boat building, the company branched out into architectural sculptures, tidal energy and marine restoration, but closed in 2016.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct shipbuilding companies of England
University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust (Q17028004)
item type: NHS foundation trust / NHS trust
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust is a National Health Service foundation trust in Bristol and Weston-super-Mare, England. The trust runs Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol Heart Institute, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol Eye Hospital, South Bristol Community Hospital, Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre, St Michael's Hospital, University of Bristol Dental Hospital and, since 1 April 2020, Weston General Hospital.

website: https://www.uhbw.nhs.uk/

Fourteen Stars Tavern (Q102816943)
item type: pub / former building or structure

Street address: Host Street, Bristol (from Wikidata)

Eagle Aviary at Bristol Zoo (Q111853550)
item type: aviary

Street address: Bristol Zoological Gardens, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 3HA (from Wikidata)

National Heritage List for England number: 1479019

Old City Gaol, South East Perimeter Wall (Q26497840)
item type: perimeter wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202190

Three lamp posts (Q26571302)
item type: streetlight

National Heritage List for England number: 1282348

Harveys Sherry Museum (Q113206897)
item type: museum

Street address: 12 Denmark Street, Bristol BS1 5DQ (from Wikidata)

Department Of Earth Sciences Museum, University Of Bristol (Q113369795)
item type: museum

Street address: Wills Memorial Building, Queens Road, Bristol BS8 1RJ (from Wikidata)

Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre Bristol (Q113370280)
item type: museum

Street address: 27 Broad St, Bristol BS1 2HG (from Wikidata)

website: https://www.palmuseumbristol.org/

St. Nicholas Church Museum (Q113370462)
item type: museum

Street address: Baldwin Street, Bristol BS1 1UE (from Wikidata)

Bush House (Q99671169)
item type: warehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1282181

Hermitage in Quaker burial ground near St Mary Redcliffe (Q17642016)
item type: hermitage

National Heritage List for England number: 1007013, 1282161

5 Clifton Park (Q26497770)
item type: house / school building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202110

Former Bear Pit at Bristol Zoo (Q111853549)
item type: Bear pit

Street address: Bristol Zoological Gardens, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 3HA (from Wikidata)

National Heritage List for England number: 1479018

Timber Lodge, Blaise Castle Estate (Q17552522)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1202280

Little Thatch (Q26498259)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1202673

St Mary's Churchyard, Fishponds (Q109375571)
item type: cemetery

Street address: College Rd, Bristol BS16 2JB, United Kingdom (from Wikidata)

website: https://stmarysfishponds.org.uk/information/churchyard/

Christ Church with St Ewen (Q5108837)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Christ Church with St Ewen (grid reference ST588730) is a Church of England parish church in Broad Street, Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282367

The Market House Tavern (Q26498144)
item type: pub

National Heritage List for England number: 1202550

Crane Base (Q26500180)
item type: crane

National Heritage List for England number: 1204766

Knowle School (Q26497990)
item type: school building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202373

Park Row Synagogue And Clergy House (Q26675998)
item type: synagogue

National Heritage List for England number: 1408340

New Hall (Q26498066)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202462

Monument To William Pitt, Earl Of Chatham (Q17553207)
item type: monument

National Heritage List for England number: 1282363

Memorial To The 79th Regiment (Q17552759)
item type: memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1205759

Harveys Warehouse (Q26497932)
item type: warehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1202300

Manor Park Hospital (Q26497987)
item type: hospital building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202370

Swing Bridge Over Brunel's South Entrance Lock (Q17552843)
item type: bridge

National Heritage List for England number: 1207851

Emanuel Court (Q26571251)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282284

Glass Chambers (Q26571309)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282356

The Gatehouse And Attached Rubble Wall (Q26579519)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1291399

Oakleigh (Q26570621)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1281588

Chestnut Court (Q26571083)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282084

The Grange (Q26571096)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282097

St Nicholas Chambers (Q26571107)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282112

Towerhirst (Q26568749)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1279540

Redland Close (Q26497864)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202218

Selwoodholme (Q26498313)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202729

Central Chambers (Q26503213)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208117

Heath Court (Q26503963)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208897

Leicester Terrace (Q26498150)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202557

Woodland Terrace (Q26498294)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202709

Lynwood (Q26497656)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201979

Tower View (Q26497710)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202040

Amhurst (Q26497779)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202119

Gresham Chambers (Q26498146)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202552

1-9, Queen Square (Q17552954)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1217926

Westbury College Turret And Boundary Wall (Q17552959)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1218243

Freeland Court (Q17553125)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282232

Berkeley Crescent (Q17553227)
item type: crescent
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Berkeley Crescent is a late 18th-century crescent of six Georgian houses with a private communal garden.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282395

25-31, Victoria Street (Q17553258)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291692

23-29, St Michaels Hill (Q17553339)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1372294

Fosters Chambers (Q26581190)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1293237

Royal Fort Perimeter Wall (Q26498242)
item type: perimeter wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202653

Gasworks Perimeter Wall (Q26568756)
item type: perimeter wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1279549

Knowle Water Tower (Q26504614)
item type: water tower

National Heritage List for England number: 1209552

35-43, Stokes Croft (Q26580898)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292924

Netham Lock (Q6998941)
item type: lock
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)


Netham Lock (grid reference ST616727) is the point at Netham in Bristol at which boats from the River Avon, acting as part of the Kennet and Avon Canal, gain access to Bristol's Floating Harbour.

Number 26 And Attached Basement Area Railings (Q26498167)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202575

The Concrete House (Q26498223)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202633

6 And 7, Christmas Steps (Q26500463)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1205083

17, St Augustines Parade (Q26569278)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1280106

25, Whiteladies Road (Q26498278)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202693

173, Cheltenham Road (Q26500446)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1205064

7, Redcross Street (Q26498090)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202492

80 and 82, Victoria Street (Q26513616)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219044

27, Mariners Drive (Q26501895)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1206697

The Rose of Denmark (Q26571183)
item type: pub

National Heritage List for England number: 1282197

7, 8 And 9, Bathurst Parade (Q26571337)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282390

Exploratory (Q5421349)
item type: science museum
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Exploratory Hands-on Science Centre was a science museum in Bristol, England. The project was conceived in 1981 by Richard Gregory CBE, professor of neuropsychology at Bristol University, and was the first hands-on science museum in the United Kingdom. It was inspired by the creation of the Exploratorium in San Francisco which had opened some years earlier and which appointed him Osher Visiting Fellow in 1989. Prof. Gregory said: "As I see it 'hands-on science' is to stimulate interest in science and technology by presenting phenomena and experiments to show how things work at first hand.."

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct museums in England
31 And 31A, College Green (Q26497787)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202127

Number 32 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26580436)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292422

Iron Footbridge Over Kings Weston Road (Q26497961)
item type: footbridge

National Heritage List for England number: 1202341

Bridge Over Hazel Brook At St 3557 1777 (Q26497912)
item type: bridge

National Heritage List for England number: 1202277

5 And 6, St Augustines Parade (Q26498117)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202521

75-81, Whiteladies Road (Q26498282)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202697

42 And 44, Cotham Road (Q26497828)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202177

Number 31 And Attached Railings And Steps (Q26498180)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202587

Dowry Square (Q5303648)
item type: square
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Dowry Square is in the Hotwells area of Bristol.

The Landsdown Public House (Q26501474)
item type: pub

National Heritage List for England number: 1206227

Tomb Of Clark In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26633624)
item type: tomb

National Heritage List for England number: 1350414

Holy Trinity Church, Westbury on Trym (Q5886634)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Holy Trinity Church (grid reference ST564770) is a Church of England parish church in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, England.

website: http://www.westbury-parish-church.org.uk; National Heritage List for England number: 1202080

Kings Weston Roman Villa (Q6413039)
item type: roman villa / Roman building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Kings Weston Roman Villa is a Roman villa in Lawrence Weston in the north-west of Bristol (grid reference ST533775). The villa was discovered during the construction of the Lawrence Weston housing estate in 1947. Two distinct buildings (Eastern and Western) were discovered. The Eastern building was fully excavated (in 1948–50), the other lies mostly below Long Cross road. Finds from the site are now held in the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery.

website: http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/content/Leisure-Culture/Museums-Galleries/bristols-kings-weston-roman-villa.en?#internalSection1

48, Old Market Street (Q26502675)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207530

121, Princess Victoria Street (Q26571172)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282186

Goodrich House (Q26498318)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202734

Number 114 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26482591)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1187380

9, Marsh Street (Q26276303)
item type: building

Street address: 9, Marsh Street, City of Bristol, BS1 (from Wikidata)

National Heritage List for England number: 1025062

20 And 21, Freeland Place (Q26571238)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282268

34 And 36, Cotham Road (Q26568804)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1279598

Number 34 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26497966)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202346

35 And 37, Canynge Road (Q26497711)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202041

The Old Vicarage (Q26569935)
item type: clergy house

National Heritage List for England number: 1280844

Gardner Monument In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26633621)
item type: monument

National Heritage List for England number: 1350411

Cornwallis House (Q26502616)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1207474

3-10, Bath Street (Q26497665)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201990

Lewin's Mead Unitarian meeting house (Q6536176)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lewin's Mead Unitarian meeting house is a former Unitarian church in Bristol, England.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202353

Number 38 And Attached Greenhouse (Q26498192)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202599

Ritz Cinema (Q39135163)
item type: movie theater

Street address: Bristol Hill, Brislington, Bristol, BS4, England (from Wikidata)

Boundary Wall And Railings To Eastville Park (Q26571236)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282266

Bristol Guildhall (Q26268208)
item type: seat of local government
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bristol Guildhall is a municipal building in Broad Street, Bristol, England. It is a Grade II* listed building.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282368

25, Ashley Road (Q26571361)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282418

Walls, Gates And Railings To Grove Hall (Q26497893)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202253

Company House (Q26497947)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202316

13, St Stephens Street (Q26498152)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202560

Number 80 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26571195)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282211

31, St Nicholas Street, 31, Baldwin Street (Q26497653)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201976

Beaufort Hospital (Q4877475)
item type: hospital / former hospital
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Beaufort War Hospital was a military hospital in Stapleton district, now Greater Fishponds, of Bristol during the First World War. Before the war, it was an asylum called the Bristol Lunatic Asylum, and after the war it became the psychiatric hospital called Glenside Hospital.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct hospitals in England, Former psychiatric hospitals in England
Number 44 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26498134)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202539

Number 11 And Attached Garden Wall (Q26571201)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282221

42, 44 And 46, Queen's Road (Q26571145)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282154

People's Palace (Q31677464)
item type: theater / movie theater / nightclub

Street address: 13-21 Baldwin Street, Bristol, BS1 1NA, England (from Wikidata)

28,29 And 30, Sydenham Road (Q26580611)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292607

25,26 And 27, Sydenham Road (Q26498207)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202614

Swiss Cottage (Q26497946)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1202315

Number 54 And Attached Front Railings (Q26498136)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202541

Numbers 127 And 129 And Attached Garden Wall (Q26571362)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282419

21 And 23, Tyndalls Park Road (Q26498234)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202644

5 And 6, Pipe Lane (Q26503862)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208789

28 And 30, West Street (Q26514013)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219469

16, 18 And 20, Regent Street (Q26579766)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291675

Numbers 3 And 4 And Attached Walls And Piers (Q26571321)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282373

1914 To 1918 War Memorial, Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26497657)
item type: memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1201980

1, Cotham Road (Q26497823)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202172

4, Ashley Road (Q26571363)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282420

Jubilee Drinking Fountain (Q26498194)
item type: fountain

National Heritage List for England number: 1202601

Church of All Saints (Q26503775)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Church of All Saints is a Church of England parish church in Clifton, Bristol. The church is a grade II listed building. It is located in the Parish of All Saints with St. John Clifton in the Diocese of Bristol.

website: http://www.allsaintsclifton.org/; National Heritage List for England number: 1208704

Former Glass Cone, Hilton Hotel (Q26498089)
item type: hotel building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202491

73-93, Richmond Road (Q26571124)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282130

3, Wells Road (Q26498258)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202672

Ashley Down House (Q26502822)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1207684

Numbers 9 And 10 And Attached Railings (Q26497675)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202000

Woodman's Cottage, Blaise Castle Estate (Q26581250)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1293303

Number 48 And Attached Railings And Piers (Q26498070)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202470

Globe Cinema (Q39134869)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 71-73 Church Road, Lawrence Hill, Bristol, BS5 9JJ, England (from Wikidata)

8-11, York Place (Q26498302)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202718

25 And 27, Clare Street (Q26497753)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202088

Colston School, The Lodge (Q26499561)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1204076

The Portcullis (Q26498255)
item type: pub

National Heritage List for England number: 1202669

50 And 52, Bedminster Parade (Q26571338)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282391

Numbers 2 To 12 (Even) And Attached Railings (Q26502948)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207829

166, St Michaels Hill (Q26498143)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202549

Stoke House Orangery (Q26498195)
item type: orangery

National Heritage List for England number: 1202602

Summerhouse In Garden Of No. 209 (Q26671394)
item type: summer house

National Heritage List for England number: 1392075

Avon Gorge (Q4250531)
item type: canyon
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Avon Gorge (grid reference ST560743) is a 1.5-mile (2.5-kilometre) long gorge on the River Avon in Bristol, England. The gorge runs south to north through a limestone ridge 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west of Bristol city centre, and about 3 miles (5 km) from the mouth of the river at Avonmouth. The gorge forms the boundary between the unitary authorities of North Somerset and Bristol, with the boundary running along the south bank. As Bristol was an important port, the gorge formed a defensive gateway to the city.

Number 13 And Attached Basement Area Railings (Q26497723)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202053

16 And 18, Ninetree Hill (Q26482528)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1187312

5 And 7, Pembroke Road (Q26498041)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202434

52 And 53, Queen Square (Q26512745)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1218080

11-39, Southleigh Road (Q26571090)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282091

49, Ashley Road (Q26497644)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201967

Polygon House (Q26498000)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202384

Masons Arms Public House (Q26498013)
item type: pub

National Heritage List for England number: 1202397

61A, Kingsdown Parade (Q26497969)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202349

63 And 63A, Ashley Road (Q26497646)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201969

13, Marlborough Hill (Q26482867)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1187682

Hotwells Halt railway station (Q15225910)
item type: railway station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Hotwells Halt railway station, also known as the Hotwells Extension Platform, was a railway station situated in the suburb of Hotwells in Bristol, England. It was on the Bristol Port Railway and Pier line which ran between Avonmouth and Hotwells. The station opened in 1917, and closed in 1922.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Disused railway stations in Bristol, Railway stations in Great Britain closed in 1922
Lodge Cottage To Brislington House (Q26570516)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1281465

Wow! Gorillas (Q8037445)
item type: sculpture
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Wow! Gorillas was a project organised by Bristol Zoo in 2011 that displayed 61 decorated life-sized fibreglass gorilla sculptures on the streets of Bristol, England.

30 And 32, Portland Street (Q26498054)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202449

1, Tyndalls Park Road (Q26512954)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1218315

7, St Vincents Hill (Q26568795)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1279589

27, Regent Street (Q26514195)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219664

52 And 54, Pembroke Road (Q26503702)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208632

Front Garden Walls And Piers To Number 16 (Q26571156)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282166

39, Ashley Road (Q26499064)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1203539

Blaise Hamlet, Dutch Cottage (Q17528486)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1207760

King William House (Q26653435)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1372306

Number 69 And Attached Area Railings (Q26498014)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202398

Muller Lodge (Q26502827)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1207689

Gate Piers And Gates To Memorial Stadium (Q26675178)
item type: gate / gatepost

National Heritage List for England number: 1396388

36 And 37, Old Market Street (Q26571179)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282193

3, 4 And 5, Coldharbour Road (Q26497785)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202125

29, Ashley Road (Q26497641)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201964

National Westminster Bank (Q26482485)
item type: bank building

National Heritage List for England number: 1187268

Ye Olde Cottage (Q26497986)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1202368

Victoria Chapel (Q26498286)
item type: chapel

National Heritage List for England number: 1202701

Number 30 And Attached Railings To Doorway (Q26497842)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202192

30 And 32, Richmond Park Road (Q26513892)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219341

Number 47 And Attached Cast Iron Railings (Q26498026)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202419

Blaise Hamlet, Double Cottage (Q17528459)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1202260

Perimeter Wall Of Friends Burial Ground (Q26504775)
item type: perimeter wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1209719

117 And 119, Stokes Croft (Q26571097)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282098

Garden Wall 3 Metres North East Of Number 45 (Q26497805)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202150

Number 27 And Attached Walls And Piers (Q26482604)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1187394

Shirehampton War Memorial (Q26677828)
item type: memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1432499

Canteen Cottage (Q26571224)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1282253

Midland Bank (Q26571274)
item type: bank building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282312

1-7, Redland Terrace (Q26579759)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291666

Grantham House (Q26482575)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1187362

Home Farm Cottages (Q26498034)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1202427

Rodney Lodge (Q26501089)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1205803

Avon (Q929902)
item type: ceremonial county of England / non-metropolitan county / former administrative territorial entity
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Avon () was a non-metropolitan and ceremonial county in the west of England that existed between 1974 and 1996. The county was named after the River Avon, which flows through the area. It was formed from the county boroughs of Bristol and Bath, together with parts of the administrative counties of Gloucestershire and Somerset.

29, Princess Victoria Street (Q26504676)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1209617

Quay Walls And Bollards Around Cumberland Basin (Q26497836)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202185

17-20, Trenchard Street (Q26580188)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292145

Stoke Bishop War Memorial (Q26677329)
item type: memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1427162

Bridge Farmhouse (Q26497899)
item type: farmhouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1202259

Bower Cottage Double House (Q26569756)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1280645

26 And 28, Cotham Road (Q26568834)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1279630

Barclays Bank (Q26586228)
item type: bank building

National Heritage List for England number: 1298777

Old Library (Q7084369)
item type: building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Old Library (grid reference ST587727) is a historic building on the north side of King Street, Bristol, England. It was built in 1738–40 and has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II* listed building.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282241

12-17, John Street (Q26497950)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202320

25, St Matthews Road (Q26498129)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202534

Number 28 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26504904)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1209856

Drinking Fountain At St 5712 7495 (Q26498196)
item type: drinking fountain

National Heritage List for England number: 1202603

Smart Monument In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26633615)
item type: monument

National Heritage List for England number: 1350405

30 And 32, Tyndalls Park Road (Q26498235)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202645

8 And 10, Richmond Park Road (Q26498101)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202504

Clifton Wood Lodge (Q26670594)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1391225

Georgian Cottage Rose Cottage (Q26503562)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1208490

Front Garden Walls And Gate Piers To Norland House (Q26571324)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282376

Drinking Fountain (Q26497792)
item type: drinking fountain

National Heritage List for England number: 1202136

Gloucestershire Regiment Memorial (Q26498078)
item type: statue / war memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1202479

1, 2 And 3, Buckingham Vale (Q26570211)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1281140

Blaise Hamlet, Dial Cottage (Q17528532)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1282246

Tomb Of Weston In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26388382)
item type: tomb

National Heritage List for England number: 1096087

Brislington Picture House (Q39134720)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 11 Sandy Park Road, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 3PA, England (from Wikidata)

Coach House To Numbers 18 And 19 (Q26497848)
item type: carriage house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202198

Williams Monument In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26633622)
item type: monument

National Heritage List for England number: 1350412

Number 27 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26581180)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1293227

Holbeck House (Q26570321)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1281259

Numbers 190 And 192 And Attached Area Railings (Q26497904)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202269

Granada Cinema (Q39134885)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 203 Church Road, Redfield, Bristol, BS5 9HL, England (from Wikidata)

12, Christmas Steps (Q26500464)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1205085

Mission House (Q26498095)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202498

14, 15 And 16, Arlington Villas (Q26571359)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282416

Ashley Hill railway station (Q4805474)
item type: railway station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Ashley Hill railway station was a railway station serving the area of Ashley Down in the north of Bristol, England. It was located on what is now known as Filton Bank. It was served by stopping trains to Severn Beach (via Pilning), Avonmouth (via Chittening) and Swindon (via Badminton). The West of England Combined Authority plan to open a new train station, to be called Ashley Down, on the site of Ashley Hill station, in 2023.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Disused railway stations in Bristol, Railway stations in Great Britain closed in 1964
Brunswick Chapel (Q26571320)
item type: chapel

National Heritage List for England number: 1282371

Wills Hall Warden's Lodge (Q26571162)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1282172

Corkers Public House (Q26498119)
item type: pub

National Heritage List for England number: 1202523

1 and 3, Richmond Park Road (Q26513843)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219290

47, Cotham Road (Q26502887)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207755

2, Great George Street (Q26503417)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208337

41, High Street (Q26497923)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202290

Swing Bridge Over North Entrance Lock (Q17552450)
item type: bridge

National Heritage List for England number: 1202186

54-62, Stokes Croft (Q26503989)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208927

50 And 52, St Pauls Road (Q26647695)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1366063

Walls Attached To The Grange (Q26503056)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1207946

Everard's Printing Works (Q5470087)
item type: commercial building / workshop
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Former Everard's Printing Works (grid reference ST588730) is at 37-38 Broad Street in Bristol, England. It has been designated as a Grade II* listed building.

National Heritage List for England number: 1281234

59 And 61, Broad Street (Q26499834)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1204385

Number 12 And Attached Wall And Railinings (Q26482436)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1187212

Number 2 And Area Railings (Q26497688)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202014

37-63, Fremantle Road (Q26497871)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202225

13 And 15, Oakfield Road (Q26571176)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282190

Monument To John Tilly, Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26497660)
item type: monument

National Heritage List for England number: 1201983

Sack Friary, Bristol (Q7396801)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Sack Friary, Bristol was a friary in Bristol, England. It was established in 1266 and dissolved in 1286.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former buildings and structures in Bristol
12, Victoria Street (Q26498249)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202660

The Old Rectory And Attached Rear Wall (Q26501604)
item type: clergy house

National Heritage List for England number: 1206378

Number 7 And Attached Basement Railings (Q26497977)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202359

44 And 46, Pembroke Road (Q26503693)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208620

16, 17 And 18, Queen's Parade (Q26512790)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1218131

Jubilee Drinking Fountain (Q26580477)
item type: fountain

National Heritage List for England number: 1292465

43, Granby Hill (Q26571246)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282276

5 and 6, Kensington Place, Bristol (Q26580618)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292614

The George Railway Hotel (Q26579745)
item type: hotel

National Heritage List for England number: 1291650

Church of St Aidan (Q26497998)
item type: church building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202382

Cobourg House (Q26571291)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1282335

30, St Augustines Parade (Q26498122)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202526

119, Princess Victoria Street (Q26512497)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1217803

Redcliffe Shot Tower (Q19820534)
item type: Shot tower
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Redcliffe Shot Tower was a historic shot tower in the English city of Bristol. It was the progenitor of many similar towers built around the world. The tower stood at the corner of Redcliffe Hill and Redcliffe Parade, in the suburb of Redcliffe, between the years of 1782 and 1968.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Buildings and structures demolished in 1968, Demolished buildings and structures in Bristol
22-32, Park Street (Q26498025)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202418

47, Ashley Road (Q26499071)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1203546

39 And 41, Whiteladies Road (Q26571067)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282063

1-4, Wapping Road (Q26579746)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291651

Henbury Lodge (Q26571094)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1282095

14, Clare Street (Q26571311)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282358

Walls And Gate Piers To Numbers 8 And 9 (Q26498108)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202511

43 And 45, Ashley Road (Q26497643)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201966

No 49 And Outbuilding To Rear (Q26671853)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1392643

105-111, Whiteladies Road (Q26514634)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1220139

103, Station Road (Q26580953)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292983

6-9, Colston Parade (Q26653447)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1372319

Netham Locks, Including Remains Of Bridge (Q26276301)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1025059

4 And 5, Wellington Terrace (Q26513805)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219250

Elm Farmhouse (Q26499714)
item type: farmhouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1204246

NIHR Bristol Nutrition Biomedical Research Unit (Q30297179)
item type: government agency

website: http://www.uhbristol.nhs.uk/research-innovation/our-research/bristol-nutrition-bru/

34-44, St Pauls Road (Q26502777)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207635

Numbers 13 And 14 And Attached Walls And Piers (Q26500147)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1204731

66, Victoria Street (Q26513604)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219031

Castle Wall Remains (Q26499914)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1204473

Tivoli Theatre (Q39135250)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: Broadmead, Bristol, BS1, England (from Wikidata)

5,7 And 9, Tyndalls Park Road (Q26498232)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202642

The Tithe Barn (Q26581108)
item type: barn

National Heritage List for England number: 1293150

Number 2 And Attached Garden Balustrade (Q26497744)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202077

51 And 53, Eastfield Road (Q26586057)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1298579

Horfield Barracks (Q19874333)
item type: military base
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Horfield Barracks is a former military installation in the Horfield area of Bristol.

The Vicarage (Q26571266)
item type: clergy house

National Heritage List for England number: 1282303

71 And 73, Whiteladies Road (Q26498281)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202696

3, Christmas Steps (Q26569967)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1280877

1-6, Lodge Street (Q26501527)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1206287

72, West Street (Q26571061)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282057

15, 17 And 19, Portland Street (Q26498052)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202447

Screen Walls And Piers To Sands Gate, Stoke Park (Q26498024)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202416

Robin House (Q26498264)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202679

Shakespeare Inn, Bristol (Q15276822)
item type: pub
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Shakespeare Inn is a 17th-century pub on Victoria Street, in Bristol, England. It is a timber-framed house, dated 1636 on the front, which was extensively restored in 1950, under the direction of F.L. Hannam, and re-roofed in 1992. It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II listed building.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282049

Monument To Heber Denty, Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26497658)
item type: monument

National Heritage List for England number: 1201981

Brislington F.C. (Q4968702)
item type: association football team
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Brislington Football Club is a football club based in Brislington, in Bristol, England. Nicknamed "Briz", they are currently members of the Western League Division One and play at Ironmould Lane.

Eastville Hippodrome (Q39134827)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 309 Stapleton Road, Eastville, Bristol, BS5 0NH, England (from Wikidata)

Numbers 18 And 20 Including Part Of Number 22 (Q26504922)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1209873

Statue of Edmund Burke (Q26571134)
item type: statue
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The statue of Edmund Burke in Bristol, England, is a commemorative bronze sculpture of Edmund Burke (1729–1797) standing in The Centre, created in 1894 by James Havard Thomas. It is grade II listed.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282140

2-14, Trym Road (Q26512885)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1218236

Richmond House (Q26497768)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202108

St James' Presbyterian Church of England, Bristol (Q7593459)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St James' Presbyterian Church (also known as Welsh Congregational Church) was a church in The Haymarket, St James, Bristol, England.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Former churches in Bristol
Numbers 22 And 22A And Attached Area Railings (Q26498178)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202585

Number 13 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26497857)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202211

15 And 17, St Stephens Street (Q26502891)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207761

Showcase Cinema de Lux Bristol (Q39135190)
item type: movie theater

Street address: Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS2 9AB, England (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.cinemadelux.co.uk

14, Victoria Street (Q26513561)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1218983

8A, West Street (Q26571059)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282056

Numbers 9 And 10 And Attached Walls And Piers (Q26570140)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1281061

86-90, Cumberland Road (Q26497838)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202188

35, Westbury Hill (Q26498268)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202683

Numbers 135 And 137 And Attached Wall (Q26497649)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201972

Prince's Theatre (Q39134495)
item type: theater / movie theater / former building or structure
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Prince's Theatre was a theatre on Park Row in Bristol in England which was built in 1867 and was destroyed by bombing in 1940 in the Bristol Blitz during World War II. Owned by members of the Chute family for most of its existence, at one time the theatre was the Bristol venue for many of the country's leading touring actors and theatrical companies in addition to being one of the most renowned pantomime houses in the country before briefly becoming a music hall and latterly a cinema. The actors Henry Irving and Ellen Terry made their last appearance together under Irving's management at the Prince's Theatre in The Merchant of Venice in 1902.

Street address: Park Row, Bristol, BS1, England (from Wikidata)

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Buildings and structures demolished in 1940, Former buildings and structures in Bristol, Former theatres in England
Downend Park Farmhouse (Q26497847)
item type: farmhouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1202197

75-89, Park Street (Q26581138)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1293180

Tomb Of Harwood In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26633631)
item type: tomb

National Heritage List for England number: 1350421

Number 46 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26482449)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1187225

Bridge Farmhouse And Attached Outbuildings (Q26497670)
item type: farmhouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1201995

Boundary Wall To South Side Of Blaise Hamlet (Q26571219)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282248

87,89 And 91, Whiteladies Road (Q26571068)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282064

Midland Bank (Q26571154)
item type: bank building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282164

Walls, Piers And Railings Flanking Footpath (Q26571129)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282135

46 And 48, Eastfield (Q26497862)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202216

ABC Fishponds (Q39134684)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 748-756 Fishponds Road, Fishponds, Bristol, BS16 3UA, England (from Wikidata)

11, 12 And 13, Arlington Villas (Q26497636)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201959

The White House (Q26498007)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202391

83 And 85, Whiteladies Road (Q26579281)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291140

Number 15 And Attached Area Railings (Q26497875)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202229

40 And 41, Old Market Street (Q26498011)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202395

Stable Block Attached To The Grange (Q26503045)
item type: stable

National Heritage List for England number: 1207933

Number 46A And Attached Rear Area Railings (Q26503380)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208298

Garden Wall 10 Metres To East Of Tramore (Q26497916)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202283

17 And 18, Queen Square (Q26512644)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1217966

Lakeshore, Bristol (Q6479007)
item type: apartment building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lakeshore is a development of flats in the Bishopsworth area of south Bristol, England. It is a Grade II listed building.

National Heritage List for England number: 1380423

60 And 62, Pembroke Road (Q26498045)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202438

2-14, Regent Street (Q26498093)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202496

27 And 28, St Matthews Road (Q26275863)
item type: building

Street address: 27 And 28, St Matthews Road, City of Bristol, BS6 (from Wikidata)

National Heritage List for England number: 1025020

Numbers 194 And 196 And Attached Area Railings (Q26503015)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207901

Bristol Bath Road Traction Maintenance Depot (Q4968797)
item type: motive power depot
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bristol Bath Road depot was a railway traction maintenance depot situated in Bristol.

Number 1 Including The Bristol Clipper Public House (Q26580453)
item type: pub

National Heritage List for England number: 1292440

Ashley Lodge (Q26497783)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1202123

71 And 73, Lower Redland Road (Q26571199)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282218

37, Westbury Hill (Q26579432)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291302

9, 10 And 11, Buckingham Vale (Q26500014)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1204584

Clifton College, Victory Arch (Q26497791)
item type: war memorial

National Heritage List for England number: 1202135

15 Cave Street (Q26500389)
item type: house / building / office building

National Heritage List for England number: 1205001

Numbers 123 And 125 And Attached Garden Wall (Q26499097)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1203576

311-319, Hotwell Road (Q26580928)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292958

Regent Cinema (Q39135136)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: Castle Street, Bristol, BS1, England (from Wikidata)

21, Park Hill (Q26528101)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1234714

2, Taylors Court (Q26580585)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292579

Numbers 57 And 59 And Attached Railings (Q26571194)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282210

22, 23 And 24, Queen Square (Q26498068)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202466

Belmont Cottage (Q26571299)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1282345

Napier Cottages (Q26497958)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1202336

31, Princess Victoria Street (Q26498062)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202458

Number 54 And Attached Area Wall And Railings (Q26568718)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1279508

Rex Cinema (Q39135147)
item type: movie theater / former building or structure

Street address: 15 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3, England (from Wikidata)

2 And 3, All Saints Court (Q26499001)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1203468

21, St Augustines Parade (Q26571132)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282138

Diocese of Bristol (Q3028537)
item type: Anglican diocese
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Diocese of Bristol is an ecclesiastical jurisdiction or diocese of the Church of England in the Province of Canterbury, England. It is based in the city of Bristol and covers South Gloucestershire and parts of north Wiltshire, as far east as Swindon. The diocese is headed by the Bishop of Bristol and the Episcopal seat is located at the Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, commonly known as Bristol Cathedral.

website: http://www.bristol.anglican.org/

7, Bridewell Street (Q26499707)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1204238

63, Broad Street (Q26497694)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202021

Number 29 And Attached Front Area Railings (Q26503033)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207920

Malvern House (Q26275905)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1025099

68 And 70, Colston Street (Q26482476)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1187256

76-82, Cotham Road (Q26502893)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207763

Montpelier Buildings (Q26579606)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291496

The Red Maids' School (Q7759890)
item type: school / charitable organization / independent school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Redmaids' High School is an independent school for girls in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, England. The school is a member of the Girls' Schools Association and the Head is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC).

Street address: Redmaids' High School, Westbury Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS9 3AW (from Wikidata)

website: http://www.redmaids.bristol.sch.uk/, http://redmaidshigh.co.uk; EDUBase URN: 109371

University of Bristol Union (Q7895134)
item type: students' union
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The University of Bristol Students' Union (known as Bristol SU) is the students' union of the University of Bristol, England. It is among the oldest of the UK students' unions and was a founding member of the National Union of Students. The Union is currently based in the Richmond Building on Queens' Road.

website: http://www.bristolsu.org.uk/

2 And 4, Cotham Road (Q26502840)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207702

29 And 31, Regent Street (Q26513628)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219057

12, Clare Street (Q26497750)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202085

29, Stoke Hill (Q26503896)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208825

Merchant Taylors' Almshouses (Q17552344)
item type: almshouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1025053

Walls Surrounding Jews' Burial Ground (Q26499197)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1203679

46 And 48, Cotham Road (Q26502886)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207753

53, St Michaels Hill (Q26586208)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1298754

6 And 7, Rockleaze (Q26514024)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219482

Obelisk To The Rear Of Queen Victoria House (Q26538559)
item type: obelisk

National Heritage List for England number: 1246120

Walls And Gate Piers To Numbers 6 And 7 (Q26571127)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282133

50 And 51, Old Market Street (Q26498012)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202396

37, Ashley Road (Q26497642)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201965

9 And 10, Fremantle Square (Q26497874)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202228

1, Broad Street (Q26499775)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1204315

1-13, Triangle South (Q26498227)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202637

Clifton College, Statue Of Earl Haig (Q26586264)
item type: statue

National Heritage List for England number: 1298816

7, St Augustines Parade (Q26571130)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282136

Screen Wall And Entrance To Stoke Cliffe (Q26503107)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1208003

1-14, Queen's Parade (Q26512788)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1218129

9 And 10, St Augustines Parade (Q26498118)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202522

3-7, York Place (Q26571038)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282034

Number 30 And Piers And Front Railings (Q26498247)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202658

22 And 23, Pritchard Street (Q26580305)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1292276

1, Taylors Court (Q26498208)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202615

8 And 9, Broad Plain (Q26497689)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202015

27, St Augustines Parade (Q26569276)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1280104

5 And 7, Richmond Park Road (Q26571122)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282128

59, 61 And 63, Baldwin Street (Q26499188)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1203669

Front Wall And Gates To Colston's Almshouses (Q17528522)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282110

National Westminster Bank (Q26683365)
item type: bank building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282310

192, North Street (Q26498001)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202385

91, Cumberland Road (Q26502991)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207877

Rodney Cottages And Attached Walls And Railings (Q26569677)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1280556

19 And 21, St Georges Road (Q26571137)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282143

43-59 And 71-81, Queen's Road (Q26512812)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1218154

Pratt Monument In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26633627)
item type: monument

National Heritage List for England number: 1350417

15 And 17, Tyndalls Park Road (Q26498233)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202643

Garden Wall 15 Metres South West Of The Red House (Q26571271)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282309

Plaza Cinema (Q39135092)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 275 North Street, Ashton Gate, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 1JN, England (from Wikidata)

10-14, Sion Hill (Q26503161)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208061

Kinross Cottage And Attached Side Area Railings (Q26571101)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1282102

Gateway 10 Metres East Of The Old Halt (Q26497852)
item type: gate

National Heritage List for England number: 1202202

5 And 7, Oakfield Road (Q26498005)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202389

57 And 59, High Street (Q26497928)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202296

Number 2 And Attached Walls And Railings (Q26501071)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1205782

46 And 48, St Pauls Road (Q26498149)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202556

22, 23 And 24, Denmark Street (Q26571256)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282292

Street Wall And Piers To Prospect House (Q26501136)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1205855

Statue of Edward VII (Q17553288)
item type: statue

National Heritage List for England number: 1292038

1 and 3, Pembroke Road (Q26571163)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282173

69-72, Queen Square (Q26498075)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202475

3 And 5, Woodland Road (Q26571036)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282032

Park Farm (Q26503488)
item type: agricultural building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208409

Church House (Q17553006)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1220220

19 And 21, Cotham Road (Q26502845)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207707

19,20 And 21, Sydenham Road (Q26498206)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202613

39-45, St Nicholas Street (Q26571109)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282114

Number 51 And Attached Wrought Iron Railings (Q26498135)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202540

30 And 32, Cotham Road (Q26568799)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1279593

Ashley Cottage (Q26570671)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1281645

Concord Cinema 1 & 2 (Q39134813)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 424 Stapleton Road, Eastville, Bristol, BS5 6NQ, England (from Wikidata)

1-4, Kensington Place (Q26497952)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202322

Ashton Gate Junior School Cottage (Q26497650)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1201973

7 And 9, The Mall (Q26498216)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202623

Numbers 7 And 8 And Attached Walls And Piers (Q26497708)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202038

The Cottage (Q26501872)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1206675

12-18, Jubilee Road (Q26276056)
item type: building

Street address: 12-18, Jubilee Road, City of Bristol, BS2 (from Wikidata)

National Heritage List for England number: 1025266

Park House (Q26504865)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1209818

Gates, Piers And Railings Of Avon View Cemetery (Q26497668)
item type: gate

National Heritage List for England number: 1201993

10 and 11, Clifton Park (Q26497771)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202111

143, 145 And 147, St Michaels Hill (Q26502558)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207408

153,155 And 157, Whiteladies Road (Q26579266)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291124

8-11, Denmark Street (Q26497844)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202194

Tomb Of Breillat In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26633632)
item type: tomb

National Heritage List for England number: 1350422

84 And 85, Cumberland Road (Q26502986)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207871

1-4, Codrington Place (Q26497784)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202124

57 And 59, Park Street (Q26498027)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202420

Number 117 And Attached Wall And Gate Piers (Q26570647)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1281615

69-78, Coronation Road (Q26502651)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207508

18 And 19, Wellington Terrace (Q26498256)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202670

65, 67 And 69, Park Street (Q26503452)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208373

Number 51 And Attached Basement Area Wall (Q26571150)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282160

21 And 23, Wellington Park (Q26513771)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219210

Drinking Fountain (Q26678878)
item type: drinking fountain

National Heritage List for England number: 1202519

93 And 95, Stokes Croft (Q26498199)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202606

15 And 17, St Nicholas Street (Q26571108)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282113

Perimeter Walls And Piers To Number 1 (Q26579567)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1291452

3 And 4, St Augustines Parade (Q26498116)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202520

Blaise Manor (Q26497921)
item type: manor house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202288

The Old Lodge (Q15979566)
item type: gatehouse / cottage
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Old Lodge, also known as the Thatched Cottage and 166 Henleaze Road, is a notable landmark in Henleaze in Bristol, England. According to Reece Winstone, writing in 1970, this is the only privately owned thatched house in Bristol.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282261

Roman Glass St George F.C. (Q6414823)
item type: association football team
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Roman Glass St George Football Club is a football club based in the Bristol suburb of St George, Bristol, England. Founded in 1872, they are the oldest club in Bristol. They are currently members of the Hellenic League Premier Division and play at Oaklands Park, South Gloucestershire. The club is affiliated to the Gloucestershire County FA.

Harbour Walls Of Sea Mills Docks (Q26498154)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1202563

1-8, Pritchard Street (Q26498065)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202461

13-27, Fremantle Road (Q26571239)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282269

Number 27 And Attached Railings (Q26503663)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208592

21, Trenchard Street (Q26571075)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282075

1,1A, St Pauls Road (Q26502751)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1207609

The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer (Q4553541)
item type: pub
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

17 King Street is a historic building on King Street in the English city of Bristol. Along with the adjacent 18 King Street, it houses a public house called The Famous Royal Naval Volunteer.

National Heritage List for England number: 1282240

23, Lower Park Row (Q26571198)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282217

52 And 54, York Road (Q26571044)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282040

97 And 99, Whiteladies Road (Q26514623)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1220128

2, 3 And 4, Pitville Place (Q26571279)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282319

23-26, Chock Lane (Q26500454)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1205074

Clifton Bridge railway station (Q5133184)
item type: railway station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Clifton Bridge railway station is a former railway station in the Bower Ashton district of Bristol, England, near the River Avon. It was opened in 1867 by the Bristol and Portishead Pier and Railway Company as a single platform stop 3.4 miles (5.5 km) along the line from Bristol to Portishead. It was later taken over by the Great Western Railway and had a second platform added.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Disused railway stations in Bristol, Railway stations in Great Britain closed in 1965
4 And 5, Buckingham Vale (Q26497700)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202030

24-31, Meridian Place (Q26497991)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202375

Odeon Bedminster (Q39135011)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 62-68 Winterstoke Road, Ashton, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 2NW, England (from Wikidata)

Tomb Of Whiting In Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26633630)
item type: tomb

National Heritage List for England number: 1350420

Chapel House (Q26580160)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1292111

15, Christmas Steps (Q26571300)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282346

22,23 And 24, Sydenham Road (Q26571102)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282103

Walls And Piers To Forecourt Of Number 91 (Q26571252)
item type: wall

National Heritage List for England number: 1282288

Monument To Thomas Lucas, Arnos Vale Cemetery (Q26497662)
item type: monument

National Heritage List for England number: 1201985

74, West Street (Q26514022)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219480

Number 38 And Attached Basement Area Railings (Q26504944)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1209896

The Cottage (Q26498214)
item type: cottage

National Heritage List for England number: 1202621

6, 7 And 8, Buckingham Vale (Q26500007)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1204576

Albert Dock (Q26275870)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1025026

64 And 66, Pembroke Road (Q26503758)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208687

Bridge Over Hazel Brook At St 3557 1778 (Q26581275)
item type: bridge

National Heritage List for England number: 1293331

59 And 61, Ashley Road (Q26499074)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1203549

17 And 19, Pembroke Road (Q26503654)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208583

2-50, Picton Street (Q26503799)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208728

Crew's Hole Garden Building (Q26497833)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202182

Canon's Marsh Goods Shed (Q26499038)
item type: goods shed

National Heritage List for England number: 1203510

56,58 And 60, Worrall Road (Q26571037)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282033

27, Ashley Road (Q26497640)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1201963

16-19, Freeland Place (Q26497869)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202223

58 And 60, Colston Street (Q26497798)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202142

19, Tyndalls Park Road (Q26579949)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1291878

Boyce's Buildings (Q26513632)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1219063

12 And 14, Cotham Park (Q26497822)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202171

St Matthias, Bristol (Q7594712)
item type: church building
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

St Matthias (known colloquially as St Matts) used to belong to the University of the West of England. The campus is located in the suburb of Fishponds in Bristol.

National Heritage List for England number: 1202400

2 And 3, Rockleaze (Q26498106)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202509

90-124, Lower Cheltenham Place (Q26497978)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202360

Number 17 And Attached Garden Walls (Q26497989)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202372

45, High Street (Q26503367)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208284

18-26, Gloucester Street (Q26571243)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282273

Brooks End Garden Flat The Old House (Q26498080)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1202482

Entrance Lodge To Red Maids School (Q26498269)
item type: gatehouse

National Heritage List for England number: 1202684

Court House (Q26504630)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1209571

32 And 33, Old Market Street (Q26498010)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202394

20, 22 And 24, Park Row (Q26503177)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1208077

Numbers 4 To 7 And Attached Walls And Railings (Q26571293)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282337

Portland House Public House (Q26497677)
item type: pub

National Heritage List for England number: 1202002

1-9, Meridian Vale (Q26571204)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282224

58, Corn Street (Q26586198)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1298742

113, Princess Victoria Street (Q26498064)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202460

84 And 86, Victoria Street (Q26498252)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202663

44-47, College Green (Q26571295)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1282339

70, 72 And 74, Cotham Road (Q26497830)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202179

Brookland Hall (Q19596208)
item type: day hospital
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Brookland Hall is a centre for community mental health services in St Werburghs, Bristol, United Kingdom. It is managed by Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust.

website: http://www.awp.nhs.uk

Number 8 And Attached Area Railings And Gates (Q26498163)
item type: building

National Heritage List for England number: 1202571

Montpelier House (Q26513924)
item type: house

National Heritage List for England number: 1219373