SS Great Britain. The first transatlantic ship with an iron hull built by the great Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Can be seen at Bristol Docks

SS Great Britain. The first transatlantic ship with an iron hull built by the great Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Can be seen at Bristol Docks

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Haulers at Bristol, so close ! - This is not a real a truck stop. It is at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee | Photo with Pin-It-Button on http://www.motorsport.com/nascar-cup/photo/main-gallery/haulers-18/

Haulers at Bristol, so close ! - This is not a real a truck stop. It is at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee | Photo with Pin-It-Button on http://www.motorsport.com/nascar-cup/photo/main-gallery/haulers-18/

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Goldney Hall-The setting for John and Mary Watson's wedding reception, the orangery of Goldney Hall at Bristol University forms part of a building that was constructed in 1724 by the Goldney family. Goldney Hall has undergone numerous renovations throughout its existence and features several unusual features-The ornamental canal outside the orangery in The Sign of Three, the grounds contain a shell-lined grotto constructed between 1737-1764

Goldney Hall-The setting for John and Mary Watson's wedding reception, the orangery of Goldney Hall at Bristol University forms part of a building that was constructed in 1724 by the Goldney family. Goldney Hall has undergone numerous renovations throughout its existence and features several unusual features-The ornamental canal outside the orangery in The Sign of Three, the grounds contain a shell-lined grotto constructed between 1737-1764

Medieval merriment overfloweth at Bristol Renaissance Faire in Kenosha | By Chelsey Lewis, Wisconsin Trails, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 2014

Medieval merriment overfloweth at Bristol Renaissance Faire in Kenosha | By Chelsey Lewis, Wisconsin Trails, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | August 2014

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