Bath Street

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Date:1846

Description:View of Bath Street with the music hall on the left and the post office on the right, published by C. Elston, c.1846. The post office on Bath Street was designed by the architect C. Elliston. The building was officially opened on 25 May 1846 and was demolished in 1872. Due to increasing demand the post office moved to larger premises on Priory Terrace in 1870.


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1820s
Bath Street
Bath Street

Ink on paper 105mm x 148mm View along Bath Street, a busy and animated street ...

1840s
Bath Street, New Post Office
Bath Street, New Post Office

V. Jackson Bath Street, New Post Office Ink on paper 180mm x 230mm This print ...

1890s
Head of Christ
Head of Christ

S. Solomon Head of Christ, 1891 Oil on canvas 450mm x 350mm

1910s
Frederick Cecil Smith
Frederick Cecil Smith

Black and white photograph of Frederick Cecil Smith in military uniform. He is wearing ...

1940s
Hoar Frost on the Birch Tree
Hoar Frost on the Birch Tree

S. Bone Hoar Frost on the Birch Tree, 1944 Oil on canvas 390mm x 290mm ...

2000s
Conceal
Conceal

L. Phelps Conceal, 2001 Sculpture, four coloured cloth caps

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Donor ref:LEAMG : M3746.1993.23 (69/29363)

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