Roman Baths Museum, Abbey Churchyard, Bath, Somerset, c1955-c1980. View of the Roman Baths, taken from the south-west corner on the lower level, with the baths in the foreground and looking towards the north-east. The concert hall on the north side is seen on the left above the baths, and supported by an arcade of five Tuscan columns. Below the hall are a couple of people visiting the baths. Above the parapet on the far side of the baths are two of the nine life-size statues on the terrace. Most were built by GA Lawson, but a replacement of Julius Caesar was made between 1989-1990 following vandalism. In the background, past the terrace, is the crossing tower of St Peter and St Paul's Abbey Church, with the octagonal turrets on the corners visible.