Bristol's big wheel on road to London for Queen's Diamond Jubilee
BRISTOL'S popular big wheel, which has created a landmark on the city's skyline for the past three months is being dismantled.
The attraction, which was assembled in Broadmead in February, was only expected to stay in the city for three months.
It is now returning to London for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics. It was previously in Hyde Park.
Workmen will take about a week to take down the structure and replace the street furniture such as seats and lamps that were taken away to make room.
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John Hirst, operations director for Destination Bristol, said: "It has been a huge success and we are sorry to see it go.
"We have had excellent feedback from traders, shoppers and tourists.
"It has definitely helped to put Broadmead back on the map."
Mr Hirst added that he hoped that the Big Wheel would return next year.
The 60m (197ft) tall wheel, which weighs 365 tonnes, gave riders views across the roofs of the city's shopping centre and further afield, along with a recorded commentary on the city's history and geography.
It is operated by the Nottingham-based Mellors Group, which has installed wheels in cities from Liverpool to Geneva.