Clifton Suspension Bridge fireworks: Thousands mark 150 years
Thousands of people have celebrated the 150th anniversary of the opening of Bristol's Clifton Suspension Bridge.
A fireworks display on Sunday night is part of a two-day celebration of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's structure.
A one-minute silence was held before the display, following the death of Bristol mother Charlotte Bevan and her baby girl earlier this week.
The Grade I-listed bridge, which spans the Avon Gorge, first opened to the public on 8 December 1864.
On Monday, a "modest re-enactment" of the opening celebrations 150 years ago will take place.