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London Street looking south.
Stained glass window in Bath
Abbey.
Main pool of the Roman Baths.
Castle Sham, a facade of a
castle built on the hill to lend
some ambiance to the gardens of
Bath.
Bartlett Street antiques and the
LoveJoy Restaurant.  This was a
mall of antique shops.
Stunning architecture of the
ceiling of Bath Abbey.
Hot springs in the Roman Baths.  
The alcoves were for soaking in
the water which was higher.
River Avon and the distinctive
canal barges.
A performer at the exit from the
Roman Baths.
The Nave of Bath Abbey.
The Waters of Bath decanted in
the Pump Room.
Pultenay bridge the last bridge
with shops on it in England.  The
weir was built to protect from
floodwater damage.
Bath Abbey restored in 1589 on
the site of far older churches.
Balcony around the Roman
Baths adorned with faux Roman
statures (Victorian additions).
The Pump Room restaurant.
Pultenay Bridge shops. The road
and bridge were built in 1789.
Entrance to the Roman Baths.
Main pool of the Roman Baths.
Part of the Royal Circle built in
Georgian style.
Pultenay Bridge.
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