Archive for March, 2008

Former Soldiers Infirmary, Albion Terrace

Excavation work on the site of Albion Terrace have revealed an earlier building dating back to the seventeenth century and shown on an 18th-century plan to be a building leased by the Corporation of Bristol to house sick and diseased soldiers.

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