Bristol (disambiguation)


Bristol (disambiguation)

Bristol is a city and county in England, but may also refer to:

Terms where Bristol refers to the English city

Places

*The Bristol Channel, a body of water between England and Wales
*Port of Bristol, the commercial and formerly commercial docks in Bristol, Avonmouth and Portbury
*Bristol Harbour, the floating harbour in the centre of the city
*Bristol Harbour Railway and Industrial Museum
*Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery
*Bristol Old Vic, a theatre complex
*Bristol Zoo, the world's oldest provincial zoo

Transport

*Bristol Aeroplane Company
*Bristol Cars, an offshoot of Bristol Aeroplane Company independent since 1960
*Bristol Commercial Vehicles, formerly manufactured by Bristol Tramways
*Bristol Omnibus Company, once the main bus operator in Bristol, Gloucestershire and parts of Somerset and Wiltshire
*Bristol International Airport

ports

*Bristol Rovers F.C., a football club
*Bristol Academy W.F.C., a women's football club
*Bristol City F.C., a football club
*Bristol Rugby
*Bristol Sonics, a rugby league team
*Bristol Motor Speedway, A motorspeedway in Tennessee

Other

*The University of Bristol
*Diocese of Bristol, a Church of England diocese covering the city
*Bristol Castle, a Norman castle whose remains can be seen in the city
*Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, the largest ballooning event in Europe
*"Bristol Observer", a free weekly newspaper
*Bristol Water, a commercial company

Towns and cities in the United States

*Bristol, Colorado
*Bristol, Connecticut
*Bristol, Florida
*Bristol, Illinois
*Bristol, Indiana
*Bristol, Maine
*Bristol, Maryland
*Bristol, New Hampshire
*Bristol, New York
*Bristol, Pennsylvania
*Bristol, Rhode Island
*Bristol, South Dakota
*Bristol, Tennessee
*Bristol, Texas
*Bristol, Vermont
*Bristol, Virginia
*Bristol, Washington
*Bristol, Wisconsin (several)
**Bristol, Dane County, Wisconsin
**Bristol, Kenosha County, Wisconsin
*Bristol County, Massachusetts
*Bristol County, Rhode Island
*Bristol Township, Minnesota
*Bristol Township, Pennsylvania

Other things in the United States

*Bristol Bay (north of the Aleutian Islands)
*Bristol Motor Speedway, in Bristol, Tennessee
*Bristol Mountain, a ski resort in the Finger Lakes region of New York State
*The Bristol Mountains, in San Bernardino County, California
*The Bristol Renaissance Faire, an entertainment theme park near Bristol, Wisconsin
*Bristol Southside, a condominium development in Birmingham, Alabama

Places in other countries

*Bristol Beach, Argentina
*Bristol, Quebec, Canada
*Bristol, New Brunswick, Canada
*Bristol Island, of the South Sandwich Islands

People

*Marquess of Bristol, English aristocratic title held by the Hervey family
*Wheeler H. Bristol (1818-1904), NYS Treasurer and Florida State Senator
*Bristol Palin, daughter of 2008 Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin

Miscellaneous

*Bristol blue glass, glass in a distinctive cobalt blue colour
*Bristol (solitaire), a one-player, one-deck card game
*Bristol board, a kind of stiff card used mainly for technical drawing
*Bristol Cream, a Spanish sherry bottled in Bristol, England
*Bristol Paint, an Australian decorating supplies company
*"The Bristol Stomp", a 1961 song by the Dovells
*Bristol Stool Scale, a classification chart determining forms of faeces
*The Bristol Wrench, a driver for Bristol spline drive fasteners
*"Bristols", Cockney rhyming slang for breasts
*USS Bristol (DD-453), a class of U.S. ship, namely destroyers
*HMS Bristol, the name of six British warships
*Bristol class, a design within the Royal Navy Town class cruiser (1910)
*Hotel Bristol, the many hotels of this name
*Bristol (software), a software synthesiser


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