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
Wapping Wharf development preserving 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 plaque 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

Has anybody proposed lock gates to the East of the Underfall to make The Cut Navigable around the clock?