A late 19th Century view of The Pantiles, a Georgian colonnade in the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England constructed in the first part of the 18th century. Formerly known as The Walks and the (Royal) Parade, it leads from the well that gave the town its name. The pantiles used to pave the Upper Walks should not be confused with roofing pantiles. The paving installed there comprised one-inch thick square tiles made from heavy wealden clay, so named because they were shaped in a wooden pan before firing.
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Dimensions:4457 x 3180 px | 37.7 x 26.9 cm | 14.9 x 10.6 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:29 April 2021
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