Its hard to remember that the Roman Baths was once a complete range of buildings
that were used and developed over three centuries, being decorated and refurbished
many times. After this period the buildings were robbed of their materials and
what was left was levelled and buried for centuries. The damp soil of the spring
was a stable environment for these ruins but when they began to be seriously uncovered
during the 1870's the remains were exposed to the air and started to deteriorate.
The decay continues to this day. Nimbus was asked to provide a method of repair and
protection for the remaining plaster that would slow this deterioration. In Consultation
with Professor Baker we evolved a method. The same view Top 1890 / 1990 the bottom
pair 1890 / 1960.