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Westgate Buildings

The damage to the Abbey Church House and the house alongside

Picture of Wartime Damage

The Abbey Church House was historically significant. It was one of the few building in Bath that pre-dated the Georgian developments.

Abbey Church House was restored, but not the house alongside

Modern Picture

The gap between Abbey Church House and the shop on the corner of Hot Bath Street was where the Project originally suggested erecting a monument, until that idea was wrecked by the Council Planning Department.


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