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  • Temple Meads Station Ferry Landing, Bristol virtual tour. Published Wednesday, December 28, 2011
    ferry departure point offers quick regular water borne transport to the Bristol City Centre For our photographic trip we found the ferries invaluable you can buy a day ticket and hop on and off at various points along the routes and the drivers pilots captains and onboard staff of the Bristol Ferry Boat Company were a great help with local knowledge and courtesy but then what could be more fun that pottering aboout on the river for a living The boats are operated by Bristol Ferry Boat Company M B Tempora Welsh Back Bristol BS1 4SP The area around Temple Meads is undergoing massive redvelopment as can be seen from the panorama A new footbridge crosses the water at this point but was not yet open for public use in September 2008 Join us on the next part of our virtual tour of Bristol You are viewing panorama No 30 Temple Meads Station Ferry Landing one of 40 Virtual Reality 360 degree views of Bristol Map of Bristol showing the location of Temple Meads Station Ferry Landing at Latitude 51 45147 Longitude 2 58119 We have visited Bristol on a number of occasions to produce this tour this page was

    Original URL path: http://www.vrbristol.co.uk/bristol-virtual-tour/Temple-Meads-Station-Ferry-Landing.html (2016-02-18)
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  • The Clifton Suspension Bridge, the lookout, Princes Lane, Bristol virtual tour. Published Wednesday, December 28, 2011
    has attracted visitors from all over the world Seen here at sunset from the lookout completed in 1994 Join us on the next part of our virtual tour of Bristol You are viewing panorama No 31 The Clifton Suspension Bridge the lookout Princes Lane one of 40 Virtual Reality 360 degree views of Bristol Map of Bristol showing the location of The Clifton Suspension Bridge the lookout Princes Lane at

    Original URL path: http://www.vrbristol.co.uk/bristol-virtual-tour/The-Clifton-Suspension-Bridge--the-lookout--Princes-Lane.html (2016-02-18)
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  • The Create Centre, B Bond Warehouse, Smeaton Rd, BS1 6XN, Bristol virtual tour. Published Wednesday, December 28, 2011
    to reduce the effects of climate change and build a sustainable future CREATE Bristol is an environment centre which hosts a range of events and exhibitions and also features a purpose built Ecohome CREATE offers conference facilities meeting rooms and gallery space which can be hired out at reasonable rates CREATE is also home to several organisations working in the field of sustainable development and the 4th floor is home to Lifeskills learning for living Entrance to CREATE is free Visitors are welcome to visit the ground floor exhibitions gallery and cafe and the Ecohome Special arrangements need to be made for school and group visits CREATE s location next to the river and the floating harbour in Bristol make it a great starting point for various short walks Join us on the next part of our virtual tour of Bristol You are viewing panorama No 32 The Create Centre B Bond Warehouse Smeaton Rd BS1 6XN one of 40 Virtual Reality 360 degree views of Bristol Map of Bristol showing the location of The Create Centre B Bond Warehouse Smeaton Rd BS1 6XN at Latitude 51 446724 Longitude 2 622004 We have visited Bristol on a number of occasions

    Original URL path: http://www.vrbristol.co.uk/bristol-virtual-tour/The-Create-Centre--B-Bond-Warehouse--Smeaton-Rd--BS1-6XN.html (2016-02-18)
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  • The Glass Arcade, St Nicholas Market, Bristol virtual tour. Published Wednesday, December 28, 2011
    Nicholas Market is a great place to shop whatever the time of year The choice of goods food the historical architecture and quirky ambience all mix to make it this perfect place to shop eat and find a special gift St Nicholas Market is divided into four areas each with their own particular character the permanent 6 day markets in the Exchange Hall the Glass Arcade and the Covered Market plus the weekly Farmers Market Slow Market and Nails Market clothes to handcrafted jewellery original artwork and photography music and handmade cards all supplied by local independent traders The Exchange Hall has a variety of stalls selling clothes candles fossils fair trade products cards stained glass and Bristol gifts and memorabilia The Covered Market is an Aladdin s Cave with an eclectic selection of items on sale from books games craft wedding accessories to traditional sweets mobile phones pets supplies ethnic clothing and even a resident tattooist Join us on the next part of our virtual tour of Bristol You are viewing panorama No 33 The Glass Arcade St Nicholas Market one of 40 Virtual Reality 360 degree views of Bristol Map of Bristol showing the location of The Glass

    Original URL path: http://www.vrbristol.co.uk/bristol-virtual-tour/The-Glass-Arcade--St-Nicholas-Market.html (2016-02-18)
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  • The Horsefair, Bristol Debenhams, Peacocks and Starbucks, Bristol virtual tour. Published Wednesday, December 28, 2011
    make your way towards the new Cabot Circus shopping centre and the Harvey Nichols store Join us on the next part of our virtual tour of Bristol You are viewing panorama No 34 The Horsefair Bristol Debenhams Peacocks and Starbucks one of 40 Virtual Reality 360 degree views of Bristol Map of Bristol showing the location of The Horsefair Bristol Debenhams Peacocks and Starbucks at Latitude 51 45853 Longitude 2

    Original URL path: http://www.vrbristol.co.uk/bristol-virtual-tour/The-Horsefair--Bristol-Debenhams--Peacocks-and-Starbucks.html (2016-02-18)
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  • The Llandoger Trow, King Street, Queen Charlotte Street, Bristol virtual tour. Published Wednesday, December 28, 2011
    Bristol The name originates from the Welsh village of Llandogo on the River Wye A trow was a flat bottomed barge and Llandogo is a village some 20 miles north of Bristol over the Bristol Channel and upstream on the River Wye in South Wales where trows were once built This may be the origin of the popular expression is that a Llandoger in your Trow or are you just pleased to see me The Llandoger Trow retains many of its original features following meticulously restoration Many myths and legends of pirates and secret tunnels surround the pub There are also claims that the top floor is haunted by the ghost of a young child who wore leg braces while alive Apparently his loud footsteps can be heard in the attic Nice spot for a drink then ed Join us on the next part of our virtual tour of Bristol You are viewing panorama No 35 The Llandoger Trow King Street Queen Charlotte Street one of 40 Virtual Reality 360 degree views of Bristol Map of Bristol showing the location of The Llandoger Trow King Street Queen Charlotte Street at Latitude 51 45187 Longitude 2 59326 We have visited Bristol

    Original URL path: http://www.vrbristol.co.uk/bristol-virtual-tour/The-Llandoger-Trow--King-Street--Queen-Charlotte-Street.html (2016-02-18)
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  • The Loch Fyne Bristol Restaurant, The Old Granary Building, BS1 4HQ, Bristol virtual tour. Published Wednesday, December 28, 2011
    js swf or associated files are unavailable Please enable Javascript The Loch Fyne Bristol Restaurant The Old Granary Building 51 Queen Charlotte Street Harbourside Bristol BS1 4HQ UK Loch Fyne Bristol is situated in the historical Old Granary a beautiful listed building on the Bristol waterfront Loch Fyne Bristol is a wonderful environment to enjoy superb seafood The Old Granary Queen Charlotte Street Bristol BS1 4HQ Its sunny location makes it perfect to enjoy lunch and in the evening the bustle will draw you in I was impresed on my return walk past this point to see a shoal of herring huddled in the doorway smoking Join us on the next part of our virtual tour of Bristol You are viewing panorama No 36 The Loch Fyne Bristol Restaurant The Old Granary Building BS1 4HQ one of 40 Virtual Reality 360 degree views of Bristol Map of Bristol showing the location of The Loch Fyne Bristol Restaurant The Old Granary Building BS1 4HQ at Latitude 51 4516 Longitude 2 59314 We have visited Bristol on a number of occasions to produce this tour this page was created on Wed 28 Dec 2011 12 12 15 0000 5 Day 10 Day

    Original URL path: http://www.vrbristol.co.uk/bristol-virtual-tour/The-Loch-Fyne-Bristol-Restaurant--The-Old-Granary-Building--BS1-4HQ.html (2016-02-18)
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  • The Matthew, Bristol Docks, Bristol virtual tour. Published Wednesday, December 28, 2011
    City of Bristol to North America in 1497 The European explorers of that time hoped to find a sea route to Asia to trade silks and spices but instead of finding China or Japan Cabot and his crew landed in Newfoundland Canada and claimed it for King Henry V11 I know the feeling I was hoping to drive to Clifton but ended up in Hotwells Today the replica of the original Matthew sits proudly in Bristol harbour alongside the SS Great Britain for all to see Visitors are able to board the Matthew as well as take trips around the harbour In 1997 the replica Matthew set off on a voyage following the same course as John Cabot in 1497 and sailed across to Newfoundland It carried the same number of crew members as the original voyage and took the same amount of time to make the crossing Join us on the next part of our virtual tour of Bristol You are viewing panorama No 37 The Matthew Bristol Docks one of 40 Virtual Reality 360 degree views of Bristol Map of Bristol showing the location of The Matthew Bristol Docks at Latitude 51 44931 Longitude 2 60774 We have

    Original URL path: http://www.vrbristol.co.uk/bristol-virtual-tour/The-Matthew--Bristol-Docks.html (2016-02-18)
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