Architectural plan, Marine Parade

Lamb, Robert
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The architectural plan of Marine Parade by Robert Lamb drawn in 1889 depicts the facades of proposed buildings and drawn below is the layout of the buildings on the streets.

The facades from left to right:
Villas and two storey houses.
Corner of Sale Street and Marine Parade to Edwards Street: the aquarium, skating rink and social hall, private homes and the Hydropathic Establishment.
Corner of Edwards Street and Marine Parade to Raffles Street: private homes and the Coffee Palace.
Corner of Raffles Street and Marine Parade to the Arcade: Church, Hotel, Sea Water Baths with men and women's swimming baths and hot and cold Turkish Baths, and private homes.
Corner of the Arcade and Marine Parade to Emerson Street: continuance of the baths, private homes and the Napier Club and Philosophical Society's rooms.
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Hand drawn on paper with black ink and watercolours.
Height x Width: 660 x 2870mm
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gifted by James Augustus Louis Hay
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48/100, 5129, 59788
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