St Anne's is a suburb bordering on Brislington, St George, St Phillips and Broomhill. St Anne's is also the location of St Anne's Wood, a notable place in South Bristol history where King Henry VII visited.
The northern boundary of the area including St Anne's park is marked by the River Avon, and the suburb crossed by the Great Western Railway, and some sidings, just east of Temple Meads Station. The railway passes through a tunnel which was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1840 which is a listed building.
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