Originally known as Liberty Alley, Bath Street made its debut in a Camden city directory in 1867. This small street extended for just one block, from 210 Line Street to Pine Street. To the best of my knowledge, there were never any structures with an official Bath Street address. Notably, the Rocco Fanelle & Brother junkyard occupied the area around 210 Line Street, specifically the southeast corner of Bath Street and Line Street, for many years. While Bath Street remained accessible until at least 1947, it has since been removed to make way for an industrial site.