Many uses: There was a builder, undertaker and joiner stationed at Broad Quay Bristol when...

Unique pictures show Bristol before much of its centre was bombed

There was a builder, undertaker and joiner stationed at Broad Quay Bristol when this photo was taken between 1850 and 1855 by Hugh Owen

When it opened in 1840, Brunel's train shed at his Temple Meads terminus set a pattern for city stations. In 1964, a year before it dosed. mailbags await attention and a child is shown the pleasures of steam.

When it opened in Brunel's train shed at his Temple Meads terminus set a pattern for city stations. mailbags await attention and a child is shown the pleasures of

Steam Locomotive "Francis" Avonside Engine Company

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Midland Railway, Mangotsfield Station, Bristol | by brizzle born and bred

Midland Railway, Mangotsfield Station, Bristol | by brizzle born and bred

SEO Company Bristol loves Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station (BRI) in Bristol, Bristol. http://seo-company-bristol.com

Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station (BRI) in Bristol, Bristol

1951 Temple Meads railway station in the days before every family had a car

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Bristol at War - Temple Meads Railway Station

Temple Meads Railway Station is boarded up after it was damaged in a bombing-raid.

Temple Meads, Bristol, before the bombing in WW2 destroyed the top of the tower. The Brunel station was on the left, the Bristol & Exeter on the right.

Temple Meads, Bristol, before the bombing in destroyed the top of the tower. The Brunel station was on the left, the Bristol & Exeter on the right.

1964 the new Plimsoll Bridge over the Cumberland Basin, Bristol

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‘Bristol Station’, 1846 Lithograph drawn and lithographed by John Cooke Bourne (1814-1896), showing an interior view of Bristol station on the Great Western Railway (GWR). Printed by C F Cheffins

‘Bristol Station’, 1846 Lithograph drawn and lithographed by John Cooke Bourne showing an interior view of Bristol station on the Great Western Railway (GWR). Printed by C F Cheffins

Taylor & Low Brothers Ltd, Timber Importers, Bristol

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