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Pultney Bridge, Bath, from the SW.
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The 'back' of Pultney Bridge, Bath, from the NW
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Bath Abbey
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Walcot Street and London Street
The Circus, Bath - 1972 - Coppermine - 15408.jpg
The Circus, Bath - 1972 - Looking over to Brock street.
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Single White

Single White line D2+1/2 East around Widcombe , Bath. Dec 2009.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 01, 2009 by AAndy
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Ex Little Chef

..Was the 'enterprise' building. Those trees in front of it were planted just after it opened. Bath , A36, Dec. 2009

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 01, 2009 by AAndy
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Twerton Fork

Heading West out of Bath on the A36 where it joins the A4 at 'Twerton Fork'..who thought up that name? December 2009

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 01, 2009 by AAndy
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A3039 Bath 1987

Taken opposite the Triangle Looking toward North Parade

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 30, 2007 by AAndy
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Bath Fire Station on the A36 near Cleveland Bridge
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A46

Note hatched out lane opposite, all the way to the on-slip. 50 limit throughout. The rbt above is small, with lights from opening day. The whole road is designed as a high quality route but, restricted in silly ways.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 17, 2009 by SteveA30
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A46

Climbing Charmey Down, near Solsbury Hill.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 17, 2009 by SteveA30
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A36, Bath

I think that H is for the rhuematic hospital. Off 'MOD' roundabout near sainsbury's. December 2009

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 09, 2009 by AAndy
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Stuck In Queue At The Wrong Times?

Fancy queueing unecassarily? Does this sign tell you when your Queueing is necassary? LOL. ...Small rat run between The Upper and Lower Bristol Roads ( A4/A36 ), Bath. December 2009.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 09, 2009 by AAndy
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Yellow Box

With a little space on left. A4, Bath at junction with Lansdown road. Dec 2009.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 09, 2009 by AAndy
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Royal Crescent Lantern

Royal Crecent, Bath. feb 2007.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 12, 2009 by AAndy
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Junction of Milsom Street and George Street, Bath
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New type Zebra crossing, Bath

The crossing's beacon post actually goes right through the blinking globe making this type stand out from other conventional Zebras.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 04, 2006 by DorsetWay
Windsor Bridge, River Avon, Bath (C) Pierre Terre - Geograph - 179682.jpg
Windsor Bridge, River Avon, Bath (C) Pierre Terre
Road bridge linking Lower Weston and East Twerton, view downstream.
Westgate Buildings in Bath (C) Steve Daniels - Geograph - 2069632.jpg
Westgate Buildings in Bath (C) Steve Daniels
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Bridge over the railway, Brougham Hayes
Two courses of brickwork define the actual bridge and the entrance to a path that leads down to the line and Oldfield Park station. At the end of the dark brickwork is a benchmark. See ST7364 : Benchmark, Brougham Hayes bridge, and the Benchmark Database Link.
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This sign says there is a car park with only 1 parking space. However, the nearest car park has a lot more than 1 parking space!!!
Bath Wall Sign.jpg
This sign gives route information for motorists leaving a car park in Bath city centre.
Churchill Road Bridge, River Avon, Bath - Geograph - 179589.jpg
Churchill Road Bridge, River Avon, Bath Viewed from under Southgate Bridge, looking downstream
Railway viaduct west of Bath Spa Station - Geograph - 451103.jpg
Railway viaduct west of Bath Spa Station The arches historically had many uses including a mortuary. The two wider spans formerly crossed the roads of the then smaller roundabout junction. However, new spans further apart are now used
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North Parade Bridge North Parade was built in 1740-48 by John Wood the elder as a summer promenade, ending with a viewpoint high above the river. Almost one hundred years later, it was extended across the river by the building of North Parade Bridge 1835-6 (http://bath-heritage.co.uk/north_parade_bridge.html Bath Heritage). The original bridge was a typical early 19th century cast iron span across the Avon with stonework abutments. It was restyled and rebuilt in stone 100 years later in 1936-7 when it was refaced with Ashlar Stone over the old iron spans to make it 'blend in' better with the Georgian architecture of Bath. Otherwise, the bridge remains as built, a wide roadway crossing the river from John Wood's Parades to the low lying sports fields of Bathwick (http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=North_Parade_Bridge_(Bath) SABRE).
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The A363 meets the A4 This small but busy roundabout, seen from the old A4 through Batheaston, is at one end of the Batheaston bypass. The A363 passes under the railway bridge and leads to Bradford-on-Avon.
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Claverton Street, Widcombe before the junctionw as redesigned. This busy thoroughfare in Bath is lined with small shops. Street names here are somewhat confusing: although shown as Claverton Street on street maps, businesses on the left hand side give their address as Claverton Buildings, and those on the right as Widcombe Parade. St Matthew's Church, built in Victorian times, can be seen ahead.
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Widcombe Baptist Church Formerly Ebenezer Chapel, the church has been in turn occupied by Congregationalists, Methodists and Anglicans, before the Baptists took it over in 1849. It is also noted for the texts on its rooftop for the benefit of the many seagulls. The building on the left was the Sunday School. The view here is from a bridge over the Kennet and Avon Canal.
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2008 - Roundabout at Newton St. Loe The Globe Inn is behind us, the first exit to the left is the A39, proceeding clockwise we come to the A4 going to Keynsham and Bristol, then the other exit for the A4 going to Bath and last a secondary road going south of Bath. The hill in the background is the southern part of Lansdown.
New Bridge (No 208) from the north-west - Geograph - 4483747.jpg
New Bridge (No 208) from the north-west Carrying the A4 over the River Avon.
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A plaque indicating how far you are from the Guildhall, Bath.
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1972 proposal for Twerton Fork as part of a bypass for Saltford

 

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