Bristol Blenheim (Mk IV shown) was a British light bomber aircraft that was used extensively in the early days of the Second World War. It was adapted as an interim long-range and night fighter, pending the availability of the Beaufighter. It was one of the first British aircraft to have all-metal stressed-skin construction, to utilise retractable landing gear, flaps, powered gun turret and variable pitch propellers. A Canadian-built variant was named the Bolingbroke.
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.