As “bath stone” it is famous, and has made Bath exclusively a city of stone-built houses.
The building is of bath stone, and has flying buttresses and a high square tower.
The principal entrance to the church is on the west side, and the door has a sumptuous carving in bath stone over it.
St. Dionis' Church is a noticeable object, built of red brick, with bath stone dressings.
For the train had run into a wall of bath stone, and several of the passengers were killed.
It is built in the ornamented parts and internally of bath stone, the exterior being the gritstone of the neighbourhood.
Government House is an architecturally picturesque building of bath stone, built by convict labour.
The church is built of Kentish rag and bath stone dressings, and the roofs are covered with slate in bands of colour.
The Guildhall is a beautiful Grecian structure of bath stone, and was greatly enlarged in 1848.