Wales: Neath: Church Place / Old Market Street:
Baths building, 2014

Front facade in 2014
< Photo: Harriet Eaton

This photo shows the wider frontage of the baths, in the foreground on the left, opposite St Thomas's Church in Church Place, as it looked in 2014. The narrower frontage of this L-shaped building (below) is in Old Market Street which runs parallel to Church Place. The entrance to the baths on this side appears to have been bricked up.

The narrower facade
< Photo: Harriet Eaton

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Harriet Eaton, Heritage Education Officer, Neath Library, for her images,

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