The Roman Baths:

Cambridge: Jesus Lane


Drawing of the facade   The facade c.1935

Façade
 

 

Façade, c.1935
 

Facade in 2004  

This fine 1863 building was designed for the Roman Bath Company by Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. When the baths closed, Wyatt ended up owning the building. After some alterations and dividing it into two separate areas, he let one part to the University Pitt Club, and the remainder to Orme's Billiard Rooms.

  Facade in 2004: detail of pillars

Façade, 2004
                

Façade, 2004: detail
                    

< Top row: The University Pitt Club, 1835-1935 / Walter Morley Fletcher. — Cambridge : CUP, 1935
< Lower row photos: Shifrin
                 


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The Roman Baths, Cambridge. Part 2: The Company

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