Great Pulteney Street in Bath

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Pulteney Street
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A long avenue (almost 400m in length and 30m in width) built by the architect Thomas Baldwin (1750 - 1820) as the axis of the urban development on the other side of the Avon undertaken by William Pulteney on his lands in the late 18th century, with houses in uniform style (pediments and Corinthian pilasters).


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House in Pulteney Street
Model made by Lionel Currie in 1992, The Building of Bath Museum.
Bath Preservation Trust
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Other exhibits in the Museum of the Building of Bath:


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Holburne Museum
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At the end of the street is the Holburne Museum.