The Cut – The New Course of the Avon from 1809
New Goal was commissioned in 1816 – only the gate house on Cumberland Road remains
In 1895, the New Gaol was sold to The Great Western Railway. Most of the buildings were demolished and replaced with a coal yard and railway sidings.
There is still a plaque on the bridge in 2019 saying it was built by Lysaght Ltd Engineers Bristol in 1900.