Oh yeah, you may wonder why it is called 'Quay' ? Well a stretch of water similar to St. Augustine's Reach in the City Centre branches off the main river through the city and during the industrial era when the city hosted an inland harbour, this stretch of water was important for importing vehicle parts and engines for St. Phillips Station. The train station is now completely different to its former appearance with a modern, shiny glass roof with buttress-like supports. The station's lines travel eastwards towards London and Paris.
Monday 23rd August: Max (25C) ; Min (15C)
So Temple Quay: