A colourised photograph of Bristol's Floating Harour viewed from the tower of St. Mary Redcliffe Church, c. 1871. Charles Neck worked as a dock labourer in Bristol in the second half of the 19th century
and this is the harbour as he would have known it. The Grove is in the centre of the photo with Prince Street Bridge just to left of centre. Bush House, now the Arnolfini arts centre, stands at the junction
of Prince Street and the Grove. To the right of the Grove are the trees of Queen Square, above which can be seen the central tower of Bristol Cathedral - the twin Western towers had not yet been built.
Brandon Hill rises above the Cathedral but there is no Cabot Tower as this was not constructed until the the 1890s. On the horizon above the Cathedral tower is the spire of Christ Church, Clifton, and to
the left is the tower of St. Andrew, Clifton. The original photo is held by Bristol Museum and the colourisation was applied by John Vowles using MyHeritage.com's In Color tool.