The bath chair, or Bath chair, was a wheeled carriage commonly used by the infirm or disabled. It originated in the town of Bath, where attendants could be employed to push the occupant around the historic city. They were particularly popular in the spa towns of late Victorian England.
Source: Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Photographer: Dixon Scott, J: British Council
Medieval Abbey, Medieval Church, Health And Welfare
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