The Southgate development site - cleared, March 1972
3 9 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 31cm

The Southgate development site - cleared, March 1972

Snowdon

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Description

Georgian and medieval Southgate was flattened to make way for the fated shopping centre. Note the monolithic neo-Georgiana beyond. Lord Snowdon visited Bath in March 1972, to capture the devastation caused by the 'sack of Bath'. This is one of 21 images published in Adam Fergusson's seminal book of the same name. Bath in Time has exclusively secured with the kind permission of Lord Snowdon, the contents of the entire shoot, many of which are in full colour.
 

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Image Reference

20699
 

Collection Reference

Coard Royal Blue Solandar Box
 

Original Width (mm)

252
 

Original Height (mm)

252
 

Collection Location

Bath Preservation Trust: Museum of Bath Architecture
 

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