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While Bristol may have lost numerous things in the Blitz, it remains a very beautiful city. The university alone is worth the trip from London.

As usual, clicking a picture makes it bigger.

Temple Meads Council House Queen Elizabeth's Hospital Temple Meads
The Wills Memorial Building, The University Of Bristol The Wills Memorial Tower, The University Of Bristol The university's glorious fan vault
The university library The Great Hall
The Lord Mayor's Chapel The Lord Mayor's Chapel
The fantastic Wills Memorial Building is the most prominent part of the university. It was designed by Sir George Oatley in the early years of the 20th century.
Bristol Grammar School Clifton College Bristol Grammar School The Victoria Rooms
St. Mary Redcliffe St. Mary Redcliffe St. Mary Redcliffe
Queen Elizabeth was right.
Transept of St. Mary Redcliffe Vault The hexagonal north porch with its curious door Cabot Tower
St. John's On The Wall Christ Church, Clifton St. Stephen's Temple Church (it has always leaned)
Bristol Cathedral The quire Bristol Cathedral
The west window The east window
The Cathedral, like St. Mary Redcliffe, has many curious - possibly unique - features. The Victorian west front is particularly subtle.
The City Museum The Cathedral and St. Mary Redcliffe The Royal West Of England Academy All Saints and The Exchange
The old gatehouse Buckingham Chapel Part of the university Bristol Guildhall
Clifton Suspension Bridge