Ok, I'm definitely living in Banksy City now:
The first Banksy I've seen live. (Street Art suffers modification. But didn't Banksy modify the very artfully built wall before some f*** idiot threw colour on his painting? ;-) )
I don't think it's a Banksy but the more artists the better. :-)
The Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed by the world famous Brunel. (I never heard of him up to coming to Bristol.) It had the largest span when it was build in the early 19th century. The avon is tidal and the picture has been taken at low tide - that's why it's only a muddy wannabe river.
Well, that's a catamaran for Bernhard, isn't it?
Ironically, the Royal Navy towed on the other side of the river.
And another Brunel: According to wikipedia, it's the first modern ship that was built: Built from iron with a steam engine and propeller driven. But an economic failure. :-(