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Great Pulteney Street

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  • Viewed from Pulteney Bridge
  • Along the row of basements
  • A view from Laura Place
  • The fountain at the end of Pulteney Bridge
  • A view from the Holburne Museum of Art
  • A regular sight in Victorian times. From the Film set Vanity Fair Dec 1999
  • A regular sight in Victorian times. From the Film set Vanity Fair Dec 1999

Great Pulteney St

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Great Pulteney Street was used fro the film set in Vanity Fair in Dec 2009
For full visual impact stand in front of the fountain in Laura Place and then look down the street, then do the same from the Holburne museum end


Great Pulteney St was commissioned by Sir William Pulteney and designed by the architect Thomas Baldwin, work was completed in 1789. Pulteney Street is approximately 300m long and 30m wide. The streets famous residents were Jane Austen and William Wilberforce