By Eugene Byrne
Issue 26, Winter/Spring 2013 pp 43-48
“One of the things that every civic-minded Bristolian ‘knows’ is that at some point in the 1960s or 70s the City Council planned to cover over or fill in the Floating Harbour”. Eugene Byrne sheds light on the effort to save such an important part of the historical landscape in Bristol.
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