Lovely, newly-varnished floor in the ticket hall of the Roman Baths which has now re-opened after being sanded down and re-coated.
It is certainly looking lighter and brighter and ready to face further years of thousands upon thousands of pounding feet as the entrance way to Bath’s top visitor attraction!
Not bad for a wonderfully decorated space that started life as a Victorian concert room.
Sorry, that l have to be the one to point out what has been missed in this impressive tidy-up. That’s the dried lumps of chewing gum that some visitors have left over the years under the edge of the beautifully-carved wooden benches just inside the entrance door.
I discovered one such ‘relic’ while sitting on the bench – and admiring the floor – this morning!