- Corn Street is a one-way street, running West to East between St Stephen's Street and the High Street / Broad Street junction in the centre of Bristol.
High Street / Broad Street Junction
- There is a dropped kerb from the Broad Street roadway between the 140cm wide bollards into Corn Street.
- Advertising boards may be placed between some of the bollards restricting choice of access.
- The surface is flagstones which are fairly level but may have gaps between the stones (photograph 5).
- The pedestrian zone has uneven paving, with some wider gaps between paving stones.
- There is a street market here every Wednesday which may restrict access as it is very busy.
- In front of the Exchange Building, to the left, are the four bronze 16th century 'Nails' on which merchants carried out their business (photographs 5 and 6).
Small Street Junction
- At this point go down the easy dropped kerb, across the tarmac road and up the easy dropped kerb.
- Both dropped kerbs have tactile markings.
Small Street - St. Stephen's Street
- This section of the street is a downward slope.
- The pavement surface is smooth stone paving slabs and there are dropped kerbs with tactile warnings for crossing the street.
- At the end of the street you can carry on forward to Clare Street or St. Stephen's Street.