Bath Bus Station

Bath bus station serves as part of an integrated transport interchange for the city of , England. The Manvers Street bus station opened in 1958 and operated until 2009 when it was replaced by the new bus station in Dorchester Street as part of the Southgate regeneration programme.

Landmarks in the Area

Railway station
Bath Spa railway station is the principal station serving the city of in . is situated 550 feet east of Bath Bus Station. Photo: Diliff, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Theater
The Mission Theatre is a theatre in , . In 2004, the Next Stage Theatre Company took possession of a grade II listed building originally built as a Congregational hall in 1797. is situated 760 feet northwest of Bath Bus Station. Photo: Rodw, Public domain.

Theater
The Old Orchard Street Theatre in , , England was built as a provincial theatre before becoming a Roman Catholic Church and since 1865 has been a . is situated 910 feet north of Bath Bus Station. Photo: Rodw, CC0.

Pub
is situated 1000 feet north of Bath Bus Station. Photo: Jonathan Billinger, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Localities in the Area

Locality
Abbey was an electoral ward covering the centre of , .

Suburb
Lyncombe is a district and electoral ward in , and a former parish in the Diocese of Bath and Wells. Photo: Derek Harper, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Locality
Bathwick Hill in , , England is a street lined with historic houses, many of which are designated as listed buildings. Photo: Maurice Pullin, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Suburb
Bathwick is an electoral ward in the City of , England, on the opposite bank of the River Avon to the historic city centre.

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