Nevill's New Broad Street Turkish Bath:
two views of the cooling-room

Cooling room at Nevill's New Broad Street baths, early 1900s
< A cooling-room. (London; Southwick: Ben & Cronin, c.1908)

The cooling-room at Nevill's New Broad Street Turkish Bath at the beginning of the twentieth century

< Photo: Shifrin

The same room at the end of the twentieth century when the cooling-room was part of the 1990s Young Turks Restaurant.

The upper item is from the collection of the Victorian Turkish Baths Project

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