Re: Pulteney Street

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Posted by  Richard Haut on March 03, 2002 at 13:49:57:

In Reply to:  Pulteney Street posted by Paul Malo on March 03, 2002 at 13:16:47:

great pictures

your photo shows how prominent the museum is - it will be interesting to see how they achieve the renovation and expansion of the museum in a location like that.

the building was one of the "destination" buildings in Bath - why do I get the feeling that we can see Master Paul Malo, Purveyor of Finest Designs to the Gentry, casually walking to this Georgian hotel in a powdered wig and carrying his silver-inlaid ebony measuring stick ?

what type of digital camera are you using ? how many megapixels (? I think that is the word) ?

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