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A founder of the Egypt Exploration Society, Amelia Edwards 1831-1892 Novelist and Egyptologist lived at The Larches on this site from 1864 to 1892

Eastfield, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Berthold Lubetkin 1901-1990 Architect lived here 1969-1990

Princess Victoria Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Jessie Stephen 1893-1979 Trade unionist and councillor who in 1952 became the first woman president of the trades council. Lived and died here.

27 Chessel Street, Bedminster, Bristol, United Kingdom

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The Bamboo Club (1966-1977) was the home of ska, reggae and blue beat. Created by Tony and Lalel Bullimore, Bob Marley, Ben E King, Desmond Dekker, Percy Sledge and Jimmy Cliff played here.

The Bamboo Club, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Dr. W. G. Grace cricketer lived here 1894-6

15 Victoria Square, Clifton, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Professor Richard Gregory

Workhouse Kitchen, St Michael's Hill, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Bristol & South Wales Union Railway & Steam Ferry, opened September eighteen hundred & sixty three. Christopher James Thomas, Chairman. Railway & piers designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

, Bristol, United Kingdom

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This Bridge was designed in 1830 by Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 - 1859) Construction began in 1836 but was interrupted in 1834 through the lack of funds. It was not until 1864 five years after Brunel's death that the bridge was completed as a monument to his fame, the chains used being those from the Hungerford Bridge designed and erected by him in 1843.

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, United Kingdom

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The White Lodge. Griffin Lane 1413. Now Lower Park Row.

Lower Park Row, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Frank Norman (1930-1980) author and playwright was born here

151 Whiteladies Road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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The Ancient Court of Pie Poudre. Was annually proclaimed from this site from medieval times until 1971. The Court settled disputes at the great fairs and markets that were held in Old Market from the twelfth century onwards.

, Bristol, United Kingdom

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In a house near this site was born Robert Southey 1774-1843. Poet Laureate 1813.

Pridential Buildings, 11-19 Wine Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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This tablet erected 1937 marks the last site of the head of the quay pipe conduit which for many years was one of the principal sources of water supply for the inhabitants of the city and for ships in the harbour. The springs at Ashley Down supplying this conduit before becoming the property of the commonality of the city in 1391, belonged to the friars of the Order of Preachers.

Eagle House, St. Stephen's Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Sir Robert Stephens (1931-1995) early star of the National Theatre, London stage and screen actor lived here from 1931 to 1939

34 Priory Rd, Shirehampton, Bristol, United Kingdom

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The inaugural meeting to revive the Ffestiniog Railway was held here 8 September 1951. The world's oldest narrow gauge railway

St Mary’s House, Tyndall Park Road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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1497 In this street lived John Cabot venturer & navigator.

St. Nicholas Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Michael Redgrave (1908-1985) actor and film star

4 Horfield Road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Dr C R Burch CBE FRS 1901-1983 scientist and engineer lived here 1940-1967

11 Percival Road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Russ Conway 1925-2000 pianist, composer and entertainer, born Trevor H Stanford lived here 1929-1944

2 Dean Lane, Southville, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Robert Taylor GC 1920 - 1950 Robert Taylor who lived here all his life. Killed trying to stop armed robbers at Lloyds Bank, Westbury on March 13th 1950. He was awarded the George Cross for bravery

24 Victoria Park, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Victoria Hughes 1897-1978 who befriended and cared for prostitutes when she worked here as a lavatory attendant from 1929-1962

Public toilets on the Downs, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Norah Cooke-Hurle (born Fry) 1871 - 1960 Educationalist and mental health pioneer lived at Brislington Hill House on this site from 1915 - 1921

Stars and Stripes Pool Hall, Bath Road, Brislington Hill, Bristol, United Kingdom

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On this site stood the Bush, a celebrated coaching inn. Edmund Burke M.P. used it as his election campaign headquarters. In Pickwick Papers, Charles Dickens had Mr. Winkle stay there. The inn later became Bush Chambers, where Bristol & West Building Society was founded in 1850. The present building was erected in 1857 by The West of England and South Wales District Bank. The Architects W. B. Gingell and T. R. Lysaght based its High Renaissance style on Jacopo Sansovino's Library of St. Mark, Venice. It has been occupied by Lloyds Bank Limited since 1892 and the exterior remains substantially in its original form.

Corn Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Thomas Lawrence PRA born here 1769

7 Redcross St, St Judes, Bristol, United Kingdom

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The Exchange (1743-1993) This plaque was unveiled by Councillor J. Channon, Lord Mayor of Bristol on 18th September 1993 to commemorate the 250th Anniversary of the Exchange Building. Donated by St. Nicholas Markets.

The Exchange, Clare Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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The Exchange Architect Erected 1743 John Wood of Bath This plaque was presented to the City of Bristol by the City of Bath to mark the bicentenary of his death May 1954

The Exhange, Corn Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Amir Esmaeli 1943-2005 Wrestling Champion. Iranian Pahlevan 'Champion of Champions' Amir and the Esmaeli family trained top athletes and local youngsters here at Universal Health Sudio 1985-2005

Redcross Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Thomas Lawrence 1769-1830 portrait painter

7 Redcross St, St Judes, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Avon Street Locomotive Works 1841-1904 Approximately 1,475 steam locomotives were built on this site by Stohert Slaughter, Slaughter Gruning and Avonside Engine Companies for use in this country and on railways throughout the world.

Entrance Ibis Hotel, Avon Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Irene Rose 1883-1965 dancer and singer. President of the Music Hall Ladies Guild

26 Richmond Street, Totterdown, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Paul Dirac 1902-1984 Nobel Prize winner for physics

15 Monk Road Bishopston, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Archibald Alec Leach better known as Cary Grant was born in this house 18th January 1904

15 Hughenden Road, Horfield, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Inns court road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Arnolfini Centre

Arnolfini Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol, United Kingdom

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ABC Cinema the oldest working cinema in Bristol

ABC Cinema, Whiteladies Road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Former pupils of Clifton College Michael Redgrave, Trevor Howard, John Cleese and John Housman

Clifton College, Bristol, United Kingdom

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The Watershed Media Centre established 1982

The Watershed, Bristol, United Kingdom

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The Picture House run by the Grace family 1919-1959

57 High Street, Thornbury, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Old Vic Theatre School. Daniel Day Lewis, Miranda Richardson and Peter O' Toole

Old Vic Theatre School, 1-2 Downside Road, Clifton, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Aardman Animations founded in 1972 by Peter Lord and David Sproxton

, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Tivoli Music Hall where first moving pictures in Bristol were shown June 1896

Broadmead Shopping Centre, Bristol, United Kingdom

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J. Lee Thompson screenwriter and director of many films including Guns of Navarone and Yield to the Night born here August 1914

3 Westbury Road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Queen's Picture House first purpose-built cinema in Bristol 1910

Castle Park, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Peter Nichols, Charles Wood, Deborah Kerr, Brenda Fricker, W. G. Homer and other Bristolians

Council House, College Green, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Born here 7 September 1855 William Friese-Greene The pioneer of Cinematography This commemoration plaque was unveiled by the Lord Mayor of Bristol, Ald. Harry Crook, J. P. on the occasion of the inventor's centenary 7th September 1955 and honoured by the Bristol Savages, Bristol Civic Society, Western Counties Photographic Federation Institute of Bristol Photographers Bristol Amateur Cine Society Bristol Photographic Society Bristol Camera Club and citizens of his native city. This plaque was transferred here from Number 12 College Street which once stood opposite.

Council House, College Green, Bristol, United Kingdom

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William Friese-Greene 1855-1921 was educated on this site

Queen Elizabeth II Theatre, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Hester Thrale (Mrs Piozzi) Dr. Johnson's friend b. 1741 died here 2nd May 1821

20 Sion Hill, Bristol, United Kingdom

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SS Great Britain An outstanding example of I. K. Brunel's innovative design that made a significant contribution to society and mechanical engineering. It was the first iron-hulled, screw-propelled vessel to cross any ocean. It was conceived as a key element in the integrated transport system from London to the New World.

Great western Dock, Gasferry Road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Built 1664 The Llandoger Trow takes its name from the trows (flat bottomed sailing barges) which came to the Welsh Back

Little King Street, Bristol, United Kingdom

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I. K. Brunel's SS Great Britain Launched here in 1843 as the world's largest and the first iron-hulled, screw-propelled ocean going ship. Towed home from the Falkland Isles 1970.

Gas Ferry Road, Bristol, United Kingdom

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