The New Historical Map of Bath
The history of Bath is well covered for Roman times, the Georgian period and later but there is a gap for the intervening period. Our map will cover these periods but also looks at Bath in the seventeenth century.
It will be a double sided map similar in format to Ordnance Survey Land Ranger maps but at 1:2500 scale with a background plan of about 1900 and the main sites and buildings of interest throughout Bath's history highlighted in colour on the front.
The reverse will show more detail of the seventeenth century and will also be illustrated with contemporary pictures of the city, mainly from The Victoria Art Gallery collection, and descriptions of the main buildings and areas of interest.
Our Members have been circulated with the leaflet shown to the left which invites them to contribute towards the funds needed to produce the map.
We invite members and non-members to make a donation to this unique mapping opportunity.
Click the image to the left to view the document in full as a pdf file. To make a donation, print page two, complete the slip and send it with a cheque or complete a bank transfer to the Historic Towns Trust.