Dufaycolor view of the Royal Crescent, May 1937
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You can just see the top of the spire of St Andrews Church poking up above the roofs. From a wonderful collection of real colour Dufaycolor slides kindly provided by Roy Cooper of the Admiralty Camera Club. These were all taken by a H.L. Hancock on or around May 1937 when Bath was decorated to celebrate the coronation of George VI.
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