• The Hole in the Wall

    Image ID
    FOT828970
    Rights
    RM Rights Managed
    Image Details
    Image File Attributes
    9.2 MB
    JPEG
    Image Dimensions
    2592 x 3888 px
    Image Print Size (at 300 ppi)
    219 x 329 mm
    8.6 x 13.0 in
    Visual Size @300ppi
    Keywords
    The Hole in the Wall Queen Square streetscape Bristol Gloucestershire city port inn pub tavern stock image stock photo
    Description
    He hole in the wall gave uninterrupted views of the port and provided advanced warning of the arrival of the Naval press gangs. Queen Square is a 2.4 ha garden square in the centre of Bristol was originally a fashionable residential address, but now most of the buildings are in office use. The site on which the Square was built lay outside Bristol's city walls and was known as the Town Marsh. The Square was planned in 1699 and building finished in 1727. It was named in honour of Queen Anne. The north side and much of the west were destroyed in the Bristol Riots of 1831 and rebuilt. Many of the buildings now have listed building status. In 1937 the Inner Circuit Road was driven diagonally across the Square but in 2000 it was removed and the open space restored.
    Uploader
    David Walker
    Contributor
    David Walker
    Date Taken
    2011-03-09
    Uploaded on
    2011-03-15
    Collection
    Bristol streetscape
    Category
    Architecture
    Sub Category
    Towns & Cities
    Dominant colour
    #707070