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ROMAN CATHOLIC PRO CATHEDRAL 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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Former Roman Catholic pro-cathedral, latterly used as school, built circa 1834 by HH Goodridge for Bishop Baines. Work stopped in 1845, interior and ...
CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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The Church of All Saints was originally built in 1863 to designs by G.E. Street. This construction was ruined in the 1940 Bristol Blitz current buildi...
BUCKINGHAM BAPTIST CHAPEL 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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Buckingham Baptist Chapel 1842. By RS Pope. Limestone ashlar, roof. Apsidal nave and SE chapel. French Gothic Revival-style with Decorated Gothic Revi...
8-9 RICHMOND TERRACE 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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Three storey houses with attic and basements, built as part of a terrace circa 1790. Built from brick and rendered with stone dressings. They have wro...
BRISTOL HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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The Bristol Homeopathic Hospital, also known as the Bruce Melville Wills Memorial, was founded by Walter Melville Wills. The hospital is built within ...
COTHAM HOUSE 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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A mid 19th century house remodelled by George Oatley for Sir George White in 1905. The house has a double depth plan and is built of limestone ashlar ...
MONUMENT NO. 1352886 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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House, now office, built circa 1861, possibly by Charles Hansom. It is constructed from squared Brandon Hill Grit rubble with limestone dressings and...
QUEEN VICTORIA JUBILEE CONVALESCENT HOME 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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Convalescent home built in 1897, with 90 beds for patients from the Bristol hospitals. E-shaped plan of building. Built from brick with stone dressing...
CHAPEL OF ST VINCENT 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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Medieval hermitage chapel of St Vincent situated on or near Giants Cave in Ghyston Cliff. The chapel was visited by William of Worcester in 1480. In 1...
CHURCH OF ST MARY 
CITY OF BRISTOL
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A church dating to 1870-1881. Now in use as a warehouse.
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