People working and living near Bristol's floating harbour will be protected from tidal flooding, thanks to an £800,000 flood wall.
The 250 metre long reinforced concrete barrier between Bristol Harbour railway and Vauxhall Bridge will reduce the risk to around a 170 homes and businesses on Avon Crescent, Cumberland Road and Commercial Road.
It's been jointly funded by Bristol City Council and the Environment Agency and has been built as part of the MetroBus scheme.
The flood wall has been faced and capped with a combination of new and existing pennant stone. The metal railings have also been replaced.