The aftermath of the fire at Oliver's Biscuit Factory, Manvers Street, Bath, January 1919
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Also Fortt's bakery. Tons of biscuits were baked on the premises and shipped out to the troops in France during the Great War. Two tons of biscuits were destroyed but thousands of loaves of bread were saved. The concrete floor prevented the fire spreading to the basement. The upper floor shown here was completely burnt out.
Bath Chronicle 1 Feb 1919, p.1
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