Bath, NY Photos

The town of Bath, NY is noted for its heritage architecture and the nearby Glenn H. Curtiss Museum.

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Bath city buildings along East Pulteney Square. Bath, NY.Surrogate Office. NY.County Clerks Office. Bath, NY.Bath Town Hall. Bath, NY.
Bath city buildings along East Pulteney Square. Bath, NY.Surrogate Office (1886) (East Pulteney Square). NY.County Clerks Office (1872) (East Pulteney Square). Bath, NY.Bath Town Hall (East Pulteney Square). Bath, NY.
First Presbyterian Church. Bath, NY.Shannon Building. Bath, NY.Streetscape along Liberty Street. Bath, NY.Gothic Revival style pattern book cottage. Bath, NY.
First Presbyterian Church (1860s) (6 W Pulteney Sq.). Bath, NY. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Jacob Wray Mould.Shannon Building (58 Liberty St.). Bath, NY.Streetscape along Liberty Street. Bath, NY.Gothic Revival style pattern book cottage (c1857) (226 Liberty St.). Bath, NY. Style: Gothic Revival.
B.F. Young House. Bath, NY.A.P. Ferris House. Bath, NY.Italian Villa style A.P. Ferris House. Bath, NY.Parker House. Bath, NY.
B.F. Young House (220 Liberty St.). Bath, NY. Architect: Merwin Austin & J. Foster Warner.A.P. Ferris House (209 Liberty St.). Bath, NY. Style: Italian Villa.Italian Villa style A.P. Ferris House. Bath, NY.Parker House (221 Liberty St.). Bath, NY. Style: Queen Anne.
Jones House #2. Bath, NY.Second Empire style building. Bath, NY.Oblique view of Second Empire style building. Bath, NY.Federal revival building. Bath, NY.
Jones House #2 (225 Liberty St.). Bath, NY. Style: Queen Anne.Second Empire style building (110 W. Washington St.). Bath, NY. Style: Second Empire.Oblique view of Second Empire style building (110 W. Washington St.). Bath, NY.Federal revival building (127 W. Washington St.). Bath, NY.

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