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1843 – SS Great Britain (pictured), the first ocean-going ship that had both an iron hull and a screw propeller, launched from Bristol, UK.

Great Britain, as seen from the harbourside, Bristol in vintage/retro style.

10. Brunel's ss Great Britain, Bristol- Designed by Brunel and launched in 1843

Brunel's ss Great Britain, Bristol- Designed by Brunel and launched in 1843

Horts Bristol - real ale, burgers and platters, very us!

In the heart of Bristol, Horts is the perfect pub to relax.

Open the digital version of our 2013 visitor guide

Open the digital version of our 2013 visitor guide

Colston Street, Bristol, England. Colston Street was acquired by the University in 2009 and, after undergoing a total refurbishment, opened as a University of Bristol residence in October 2011. It offers self-catered accommodation in the heart of the city, less than 15 minutes walk from the University campus. (V)

~Colston Street, Bristol, UK~ I'm dying to check out Bristol--West country accents make me weak in the knees :)

Bristol Cathedral - Bristol, England.  Although the Anglicans established a church here in 740,  it took 700 years to build the cathedral.

Bristol Cathedral

Although the Anglicans established a church here in it took 700 years to build the cathedral.

Take a jovial stagger around some of the British Isles' most remarkable   watering holes.

Peculiar British pubs

The Llandoger Trow in Bristol is said to have been where Daniel Defoe met Alexander Selkirk, whose adventures inspired his novel Robinson Crusoe. The Admirable Benbow pub in Treasure Island may also have been based on it.

Concorde overflying the Clifton Suspension Bridge Bristol for it's final flight home to Filton.  My father, Ken Hudson, designed and made parts of this aircraft.

Concorde overflying the Clifton Suspension Bridge Bristol for it's final flight home to Filton. My father, Ken Hudson, designed and made parts of this aircraft.

Bristol, UK. Host of the International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta every year - shown here flying across the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Host of the International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta every year - shown here flying across the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

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