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Written by Rachel G
(10/22/2011 2:46 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, L&T question: An unfashionable part of town, penned by Line
Westgate Buildings is distinctly shown as a separate street, both on the Ordnance Survey "Georgian Bath" Historical Map and Guide*, and in my modern (20th C.) A-Z Street Atlas of Bath. It runs south-east from Kingsmead Square (at the western end of Westgate Street)to St James parade.
It only shows up as a building on Google-maps, so perhaps it is now pedestrianised or something.
*This very large-scale fold out map is still available here and there (See Amazon link below) for around $20. It is packed full of detailed information. If you have the $ to spare, like maps, and want to imagine yourself into JA's Bath, it is very well worth getting. I love it!
|"Georgian Bath" - O.S. Historical map & guide.|
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