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Competition designs for baths and wash-houses, New Islington, Manchester: ground floor plan

RIBA125797
Godwin, Edward William (1833-1886)
NOTES: Godwin's design was unsuccessful in the competition.

Competition designs for baths and wash-houses, New Islington, Manchester: south-west, north-east and south-east elevations

RIBA125798
Godwin, Edward William (1833-1886)
NOTES: Godwin's design was unsuccessful in the competition.

Competition designs for baths and wash-houses, New Islington, Manchester: sections

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Godwin, Edward William (1833-1886)
NOTES: Godwin's design was unsuccessful in the competition.

Competition design for public baths, library and fire station, Gorton Road, Reddish, Stockport: perspective from the north-west

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Gammell, Kensington (1874-1924)
NOTES: The winning schemes for this competition were announced in July 1906 and this submisson did not appear amongst the winners. The complex was built to the designs of Dixon & Potter (1907-1908).

Brill's Baths, East Street and Pool Valley, Brighton: perspective from the street

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Scott, Sir George Gilbert (1811-1878)
SOURCE: Civil Engineer & Architect's Journal, vol. XXIX, 1866 Nov. 1, pl. 37 NOTES: BrillÔÇÖs Baths opened in August 1869 with its focus the circular GentlemenÔÇÖs Bath, a heated sea water swimming pool 65 feet in diameter. The Baths also provided cold water baths, vapour baths, medicinal douche baths, reading room, billiard room and barber shop. In the early 1860s Brill had opened next door on East Street a Swimming Bath for Ladies also using heated sea water. BrillÔÇÖs Baths were demolished in 1929 to be replaced by a cinema.

Brill's Baths, East Street and Pool Valley, Brighton: interior perspective of the circular Gentlemen's Bath

RIBA125874
Scott, Sir George Gilbert (1811-1878)
SOURCE: Civil Engineer & Architect's Journal, vol. XXIX, 1866 Nov. 1, pl. 38 NOTES: BrillÔÇÖs Baths opened in August 1869 with its focus the circular GentlemenÔÇÖs Bath, a heated sea water swimming pool 65 feet in diameter. The Baths also provided cold water baths, vapour baths, medicinal douche baths, reading room, billiard room and barber shop. In the early 1860s Brill had opened next door on East Street a Swimming Bath for Ladies also using heated sea water. BrillÔÇÖs Baths were demolished in 1929 to be replaced by a cinema.

Municipal baths, Henry Square, Ashton-under-Lyne: exterior perpsective and plans

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Paull & Robinson
Builder, vol. 28, 1870 July 2, p. 526

Municipal baths, Henry Square, Ashton-under-Lyne: main pool

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Paull & Robinson
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 28, 1870 July 2, p. 527 NOTES: Shown in this illustration is the main (men's) swimming bath. During the winter months this pool was drained and a floor put over it for use as a roller skating rink and concert hall.

St Andrew's Brine Baths, Droitwich Spa Health and Welfare: the hydrotherapy pool

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NOTES: These mages were taken or collected for Manplan 6: Health & welfare in Architectural Review, vol. 147, no. 879, May 1970.
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