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Ornamental Entrance Gates

Photo credit: Tony Cooper / Art UK

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A pair of pedestrian entrances with a central wrought iron pier. Each is a tripartite composition consisting of two rows per side of three square columns, supporting a platform roof with a cornice band. The columns stand on unadorned rectangular plinths. The inner, middle columns are larger than the outer ones, and comprise piers, with slots into which the former cast iron gates slid; central outer piers rise up to meet upper part of canopy.


Date

1830

Medium

Bath stone

Measurements

H 560 x W 1680 x D 420 cm

Accession number

BA1_WAC_S062

Work type

Gateway

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Listing date

11/08/72

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at all times


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Located at

Royal Avenue, Bath

BA1 2LZ

Situated on the continuation of the Royal Avenue westward from Malborough Lane.