The North Gate of Bath. About 1650
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actual image size: 32cm x 21cm

The North Gate of Bath. About 1650

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An artists impression of how the medieval entrance gates to the city might have looked. W. Lewis, Lith. Proceedings of. Natural History. Club, iv, no.2, 1879. Demolished in 1755. The building on the right is St Marys Church. The nave became the Grammar School (before it moved to Broad Street in 1752), the tower, a gaol (Hamilton, Bath Before Beau Nash).

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Collection Reference

Russell Maps Vol. I Page 10 IOB 971

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Bath Central Library

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