Lost in Bristol I get my bearings
beside the City Dock Channel.
Ruins of an Industrial revolution
factory.
The Matthew and the S.S. Great
Britain side by side.
Dock Cranes near the main
channel.
Recreation of John Cabot's
"Matthew" in which he sailed to
Canada in 1497.
Tourists aboard the tiny Matthew.
Bristol Harbour (River Avon) and
one of the distinctive canal boats.
The Matthew
Tugboat John King which does
Bristol Harbour tours.
S.S. Great Britain the first ship to
have an iron hull and screw
propeller and the largest ship in the
world (322 ft) at her launch in 1843.
A wrecked dredger in Bristol
Channel.
S.S. Great Britain at home in her
original dry dock in Bristol.
Rescued from being a coal
bunker in the Falklands Islands.
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