eaw002943 ENGLAND (1946).  The Newark Works and the River Avon, Bath, from the west, 1946


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    Title [EAW002943] The Newark Works and the River Avon, Bath, from the west, 1946
    Reference EAW002943
    Date 2 October 1946
    Place name BATH
    Parish
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 374420,  164517
    Longitude / Latitude -2.3675806584145,  51.37863028161
    National Grid Reference ST744645
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     Great Western-type signalbox

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    This being part of the Great Western Railway, it is to be expected.

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     Oak Street - continues beneath the railway line. Flood waters reached this street to approximately the bottom of the lower-storey windows before Bath's flood defences were constructed

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    H Campbell
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     One house at the end of the row nearest the grain warehouse opposite avoided demolition. It still stands in isolation as 13 Angel Place, secluded in trees between the Lower Bristol Road and the railway lines behind.

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     The Old Bridge at Broad Quay, later replaced by the Churchill Bridge c. 1965

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