Princes Wharf


Princes Wharf Sign

Prince Street Bridge in 1856 from Cannons Marsh Reece Winstone
Prince Street  foot Drawbridge from Cannons Marsh in 1856 – Reece Winstone

Princes Wharf was created in circa 1870 by covering over shipyards including Wapping Dockyard which had been built in 1742.

Wapping Dockyards – Nicholas Pocock 1760 – Bristol City Museum
Prince Street Drawbridge c1872 Bristol Museum
Prince Street Drawbridge 1872  -Bristol Museum

Prince Street Drawbridge was built in 1809 and replaced in 1878 with a swing bridge.

PBAP3127 c1898 The Naval screw corvette HMS “Cleopatra” moored by the Bush Warehouse.

A grain elevator rises from the top of the warehouse, with grain pipes descending diagonally to the various floors. Prince Street Bridge can be seen to the right of the photograph.

Princes Wharf 1921
Princes Wharf and Bathurst Basin 1921
Corporation Granary Princes Wharf built 1888 and bombed 1941
Bristol Corporation Granary Princes Wharf in 1938 built 1888 bombed 1941
Princes Wharf
M Shed Princes Wharf and The Matthew
Prince Street Bridge from Narrow Quay 2018
Prince Street Bridge from Narrow Quay 2018
Princes Wharf 2019