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This is a unique and fascinating blend of historical images and contemporary photography, contrasting a World Heritage city as depicted over several hundred years with how it is seen through the lens today. Talented local photographers have worked in all seasons developing a stunning portfolio of new and original views of Bath’s most notable locations. These are presented with a pick of classic images of the city from the extensive archive of Bath in Time. From the Roman Baths of 2,000 years ago to the twenty-first century Thermae Bath Spa, via Georgian splendour and architectural grandeur, Bath has evolved to meet the changing needs and tastes of its residents and visitors. This book is a compelling and powerful reminder of past times with a fresh and revealing look at life today.
(96 pages / Hardback)
DAN BROWN runs Bath in Time, the online archive of historical images of Bath. Living locally, Dan collaborates closely with the city’s museums and galleries and is a fine-art photographer. )
DR CATHRYN SPENCE lives near Bath and has worked in the local museums service for the last 10 years. A trustee of the Bath Preservation Trust, Cathryn writes a regular historical feature for a local magazine and teaches and lectures on Bath and its Georgian history.