The Cut – The New Course of the Avon from 1809 – Spike Island

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The Cut – The New Course of the Avon from 1809

New Goal was commissioned in 1816 – only the gate house on Cumberland Road remains

New Gaol 1880s RW
New Gaol in 1880s – Reece Winstone
New Gaol & Bristol Cut at Southville C1890 – Bristol Archives
Wapping Wharf development preserving New Goal Gateway 2019
Demolishing Gaol Cumberland Road 1898 R W
Demolishing the New Gaol at Wapping 1898 – Reece Winstone
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Railway alongside Cumberland Road 1957
West from Vauxhall Bridge 2019
West from Vauxhall Bridge 2019
East from Vauxhall Bridge 2019
East from Vauxhall Bridge 2019
Vauxhall Bridge Old 2
Vauxhall Bridge was built in 1900 to replace the ferry. In this picture it is closed to shipping.

There is still a plaque on the bridge in 2019 saying it was built by Lysaght Ltd Engineers Bristol in 1900.

 

Vauxhall Bridge Old
Vauxhall Bridge Open
Gaol Ferry 1931 - RW
Gaol Ferry C 1930 – Reece Winstone
goal ferry 1934 - reece winston
Goal Ferry 1934 – Reece Winstone
starting work on goal ferry bridge 1935 rw
Starting work on Goal Ferry Bridge 1935 – Reece Winstone
construction of goal ferry bridge 1935 rw
Constructing Goal Ferry Bridge in 1935 – Reece Winstone
Golferry Bridge Old
Goalferry Bridge Built in 1935 to replace the ferry which had operated there since 1838.
Goalferry Landing on Southville side 2019

Goalferry Bridge from Southville-2019
Goalferry Bridge 2018
Goalferry Bridge 2018
Goalferry Bridge from West
Goalferry Bridge from the West
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Gaolferry (Southville) Bridge
View from Bedminster Bridge Old
View West from Bedminster Bridge before the 1930s