Bristol’s most iconic sight is Brunel’s suspension bridge, which has been a feature of the city for more than 150 years. Located on the outskirts of Clifton Village and visible from many places in Southville. Brunel had a big impact on Bristol, also creating Temple Meads Station as Great Western Railway’s chief engineer, and the SS Great Britain – the 1843 steamship which is now a museum and visitor attraction on the Harbourside.