Great Pulteney Street was designed and constructed by architect Thomas Baldwin in 1789, on the land owned by Sir William Pulteney the Earl of Bath. The city tour buses will take you down this grand boulevard so you can see the high class buildings.
This movie was taken outside the The Carfax Hotel. Across the road is the entrance to Bath Rugby ground, you can see the fans coming out after a close victory against Sale Sharks. Towards the city end of Great Pulteney Street, is the Pulteney Bridge. At the opposite end is The Holburne Museum of Art.
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