EPW022273 ENGLAND (1928). The Clifton Suspension Bridge, Clifton, from the south-east, 1928

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Pennawd [EPW022273] The Clifton Suspension Bridge, Clifton, from the south-east, 1928
Cyfeirnod EPW022273
Dyddiad August-1928
Dolen
Enw lle CLIFTON
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 356503, 172909
Hydred / Lledred -2.6260620916945, 51.453001592415
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol ST565729

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Class31
Tuesday 9th of October 2012 07:42:39 PM

Class31
Tuesday 9th of October 2012 07:41:31 PM
Sneyd Park and the expanding suburb of Seamills in the distance.

John Swain
Tuesday 31st of July 2012 07:49:36 PM
The Portway road, built in the early 1920s, which caused the closure of the Hotwells station, nestling at the foot of the cliffs below the observatory, on the 1865-1921 Bristol Port Railway and Pier line.

John Swain
Tuesday 31st of July 2012 07:43:49 PM
Tunnel on the 1867 Bristol & Portishead (GWR) Railway (closed to passengers in 1964 and freight three years later).

John Swain
Tuesday 31st of July 2012 07:35:53 PM
Observatory Hill.

John Swain
Tuesday 31st of July 2012 07:29:25 PM
Leigh Woods and the Iron Age camp of Stokeleigh on the Somerset side of the river Avon.

John Swain
Tuesday 31st of July 2012 07:27:19 PM
The estuary of the River Severn and Monmouthshire beyond.

kent
Wednesday 25th of July 2012 07:05:05 AM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

Clifton Suspension Bridge 06/08/2013

Class31
Friday 2nd of May 2014 11:05:25 AM
Clifton Suspension Bridge looking south 29/09/2013

Class31
Tuesday 1st of October 2013 09:36:48 AM
View of the Avon gorge looking north 29/09/2013

Class31
Tuesday 1st of October 2013 09:31:07 AM
tide is always out when i see this bridge...

stephen
Tuesday 31st of July 2012 07:22:42 PM
Hardly surprising given the 37 feet tidal range, even six miles inland.

John Swain
Tuesday 31st of July 2012 07:22:42 PM
The 1864 Clifton Suspension Bridge is one of the finest of its type in the country and was completed five years after the death of the designer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-59). I crossed this structure many times on foot in 1965/66 during my final year as a student (post-graduate Cert.Ed.) at the University of Bristol, when I was a junior sub-warden at Burwalls Hall, Leigh Woods. Happy days, to be sure!

John Swain
Tuesday 31st of July 2012 07:21:12 PM
Great tones in his pic of the The Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Alan McFarlane
Thursday 14th of June 2012 08:45:36 PM