54, Baldwin Street, Bristol

54, Baldwin Street, Bristol
Photograph taken 17 October 1999 ©  Mr Peter Frederick Rushby LMPA. Source Historic England Archive ref: 378890

This building was originally part of a sugar warehouse. It was built in 1854 and designed by WB Gingell. Bristol was a port that benefited from the slave trade. Sugar was one of the products imported as part of the slave trade. The building is now used as offices.

Location

Bristol Bristol

Period

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Tags

warehouse sugar slavery slave trade industry work victorian (1837 - 1901)