5 edition of Bristol found in the catalog.
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2016, one built See also [ ]• from the original on 26 May 2008. By Charles01 — Own work, CC BY-SA 3. Independent schools in the city include, the only all-boys school and the founded in Bristol by John Whitson, which claims to be England's oldest girls' school. Bristol the original on 30 January 2016. from the original on 19 February 2012.
1850 During the 19th century,known as "the sailor's friend," campaigned to make the seas safer; shocked by overloaded vessels, he successfully Bristol for a compulsory on ships. The city also gave its name to Bristol buses, which were manufactured in the city from 1908 to 1983: by Bristol Tramways until 1955, and from 1955 to 1983 by. Thefounded in 1946 as an offshoot of in London, occupies the 1766 Theatre Royal 607 seats on ; the 150-seat New Vic a studio-type theatreand a foyer and bar in the adjacent Coopers' Hall built in 1743.
George White and Reginald Verdon-Smith of the Aeroplane Company joined the new Frazer Nash Board, but in January 1947, soon after the first cars had been produced, differences between the Aldingtons and Bristol led to the resale of Frazer Nash. In the early 19th century, the romantic style appeared, partially as a reaction against the ofBristol can be seen in buildings such as thetheand.
The Bristol Car Division became an independent entity. Ramey, Jay 20 January 2021. She has become friends with many of the other residents and enjoys the company of all the staff members. Bristol city was designated "City of Film" by in 2017 and has been a member of the Bristol then.
National Heritage List for England.
and pubs from the same period intermingle with modern development.
According to the 2011 census, Bristol's unemployment rate claiming was three per cent, compared with two per cent for and the national average of four per cent.
Great Britain Historical GIS Project.