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Description: 'roman' Bath and Former Changing Room in the Grounds of Temple Guiting House
Date Listed: 11 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 128776
OS Grid Reference: SP0933527914
OS Grid Coordinates: 409335, 227914
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9496, -1.8656
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SP 02 NE
6/190 'Roman' Bath and former changing
room in the grounds of Temple
'Roman' bath and former changing room, c1790-1805. Probably the
creation of George Talbot (q.v. Temple Guiting House). Limestone
rubble retaining walls probably formerly rendered, limestone slab
steps. Changing room; coursed squared and dressed limestone, roof
no longer extant. Pool rectangular in plan about llm x 8m with
stone steps projecting into bath at east end opposite entrance to
changing room. Changing room about 5m squre with exit to pool off
Listing NGR: SP0933527694
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Source: English Heritage
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