The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells

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The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells


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Offset Lithograph


40 x 25 in. (102 x 64 cm.)


A-; not backed


Published by the Travel Association of Great Britain and N.Ireland this image of historic Tunbridge Wells is by the photographer S.K.Lazell.

The chance discovery in 1606 of a Spring with distinctive reddish tinted mineral deposits led to the development of the Pantiles and later on, Royal Tunbridge Wells. Beginning its life as a Georgian medicinal Mecca, The Pantiles was formerly known as The Walks and the (Royal) Parade, which leads from the well that gave the town its name.

Retaining much of its original charm and grandeur of its Georgian heyday, The Pantiles and the surrounding area today remain a favoured destination.

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