070418.Bath, Shaniqua Don’t Live Here No Mo’

April 18, 2007 at 2:17 AM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Conservation, Crescents, Mansion, Museums, New Jersey, Preservation, Restoration, somerset | 5 Comments

Uh, title? Yeah. I didn’t write down the title of who the portrait featured and the only title I could come up with was Royal Landing. This is the first floor landing of No. 1 Royal Crescent, restored and currently run by Bath Preservation Trust. In fact, to the best of my knowledge, no Shaniqua ever lived here, though I stress this statement should not be necessarily considered fact.


Back to school today, and first thing will be a trip to Ty-Mawr for a class on Lime. Let’s see what happens.
Dated 27 Oct 1967 and retained in a small envelope by the Bath City Archives, the stair diagrams were produced during the terrace house’s restoration and conversion into a museum of its former Georgian self.



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  1. All this insider knowledge (and documents to go with it). Fantastic! And such a beautiful stairway.

  2. what can i say but Gorgeous! Georgian’s design is my fave. and the stairway’s too steep!

  3. cette piece (la lumiere) est vraiment tres belle

    this part (the light) is really very beautiful

  4. shaniqua lived, or rather worked, under that bridge didn’t she?

  5. PMT!

    Why can I just HEAR you saying “No MO!”


    Miss me? =))))))

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