c.1930 The Sutton Trust housing estate in Brislington, Bristol under construction
3 2 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 24cm

c.1930 The Sutton Trust housing estate in Brislington, Bristol under construction

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Description

The estate was built on the site of Broomwell House, the early 19th century home of the antiquary and Bristol collector George Weare Braikenridge. The house was demolished in 1928. In the foreground is Bloomfield Road, with Sandholme Road curving away into shot. The picture is no later than 1930, as the Bloomfield Inn was built by 1931 in the angle of the road centre foreground. At the top is Wick Road, with the symmetrical white building a Christian Brethren hall (demolished for flats about 2006). Next to it is a three storey Georgian house, opposite which was Broomwell House. A.W. Hobart, Marazin photograph.
 

Image Reference

28102
 

Collection Reference

V20 / 999
 

Original Width (mm)

202
 

Original Height (mm)

154
 

Collection Location

Bath Central Library
 

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