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English: Larger version of en:Bristol ( en:St Mary Redcliffe) photo This is nevilley's own photo, taken by nevilley, and gladly handed over for any usage you like. Please do not send silly messages about it to nevilley's user page as it gives him a headache. If you're moving the goalposts (again) so that whatever I already did is no longer good enough, you might as well just delete it, as I can't be bothered to mess around further. Thank you.
Date 2003-03-01 (first version); 2008-01-19 (last version)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transfer was stated to be made by User:mattbuck.
Author Original uploader was Nevilley at en.wikipedia Later version(s) were uploaded by Steinsky at en.wikipedia.
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51° 26′ 57.20″ N, 2° 35′ 33.80″ W

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