Old Town Markets, Bristol

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    St Nicholas Markets

    by Sjalen Written Mar 4, 2006

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    The old Corn Exchange is now used for an indoor market full of all kind of things from Italian delis to New Age books. It is a lovely old building too, and famous for its clock with two minute hands since before GMT was introduced, Bristol and London had different time zones, Bristol being further west.

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    • Women's Travel

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    St Nicks Market

    by Aragina Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Built in 1745 it is one of the few glass covered markets left in the UK and the biggest and most varied in the West country. I can spend hours there shopping in the speciality shops, there is everything from clothing to bead makers, vegetable stalls,fish shops, tattoo parlours,antique stalls and bric a brac.The market has expanded into the Corn exchange on 2 floors

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