Panorama of the newly completed weir at Pulteney Bridge, 1 June 1972
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Taken from a top floor window, this interesting shot shows the Beazer Builder's site in the foreground, with the new weir in the background. In 1972, after he was refused planning permission to build a block of flats on land next to Pulteney Bridge, Cyril Beazer sold the land to the Bath Preservation Trust. The Trust created an open garden space, called the Beazer Maze, and gave it to the city for everyone to enjoy.
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