The triumphant conclusion to the "Bath Pubs" trilogy is a celebration of Bath's lost pubs. Join such luminaries as Dr Johnson, Charles Dickens and Jane Austen, along with a motley array of coachmen, policemen, harlots, vagabonds and ne'er-do-wells, as they wander from grand coaching inn to humble alehouse, from refined pleasure garden to squalid knocking shop. The one thing all their ports of call have in common is that, in every case, last orders have been called for ever. With over 500 lost pubs, and over 500 illustrations, the final part of the trilogy is essential reading for anyone interested in the history of one of England's most memorable cities. Once you've read "The Lost Pubs of Bath" you'll never look at Bath in the same way again.