Upper Borough Walls, Bath

BATHupperBoroughWalls2An example of Bath’s beautiful architectural lettering. These serif letters are found on a street that follows the course of the city’s medieval walls. The building was originally constructed in 1738 from a design by John Wood the Elder using Bath Stone, and later enlarged.

Location: Upper Borough Walls, Bath, UK.

Published by fastfootpress

Fast Foot Press is a small, independent publishing and design house based in Lancaster in the North of England. We research, design and publish a range of unique printed publications that are indicative of our passion for the interesting, obscure and beautiful. Our aim is to produce items of value, interest and beauty: to devise printed works that fascinate and inspire.

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