Spanning Avon Gorge in Bristol is the Clifton Suspension Bridge, a Grade I listed bridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Sadly, he died five years before its completion, but the bridge went on to become one of Bristol's most recognisable landmarks.  Picture: David Noton Photography / Alamy

Beautiful British bridges

Clifton suspension Bridge in Bristol, UK

Clifton suspension Bridge in Bristol, UK-----ok, so call it engineering rather than architecture. not gonna argue semantics.

Bristol Balloon Fiesta '14

Book a Hot Air Balloon Ride for you or someone special and fly over Bristol, Bath and South Wales. Take the champagne balloon flight of a lifetime with Bailey Balloons.

And, they're off! | The 2012 Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta was awesome. Can't wait for next year.

The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is a yearly festival of hot air balloons that takes place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA during early October. The event is the largest hot air balloon festival in the world.

Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol

Another shot of what we Bristolians just called 'the suspension bridge' like there were no others.

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Clifton Suspension Bridge : Bristol, England, United Kingdom : Fine Art Landscape Photos - by Erik Stensland

Bristol Balloon Fiesta

Up, up and away: Wonderful success story of the British balloon factory that can build ALL SORTS

Hot Air Balloons Cameron Balloons over Bristol, UK, The Sky above Bristol is a sea of colour during the annual ballooning festival held every August

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol. | 16 Eerie Visions Of Post-Apocalyptic Britain

16 Eerie Visions Of Post-Apocalyptic Britain

Uninhabitable: Bristol's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge is just a ruin in the imagining of a post-apocalyptic Britain

Battery Point, Portishead, Somerset At first site, not the most appealing lighthouse, but it is endangered and the last of its type to still be around, but maybe not for much longer.          Current lighthouse built: 1930, replaced fog bell. Geographic Position: 51° 29" 38'  -2° 46" 23'

Battery Point, Portishead, Somerset At first site, not the most appealing lighthouse, but it is endangered and the last of its type to still be around, but maybe not for much longer. Current lighthouse built: 1930, replaced fog bell. Geographic Position: 51° 29" 38' -2° 46" 23'

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