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Victorian Turkish Baths: their origin, development, and gradual decline

        


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Last updated: 01 October 2016
           

Individual establishments arranged alphabetically by place.

Known opening and closing dates are indicated in the table, as is the existence of more detailed chronologies. All articles include a chronology. However, please note that chronologies do not appear in the version of the site without frames.

Dates in blue are accurate openings or closures to the best of our knowledge;
Dates in red are first and last sightings.
Plus or minus signs indicate 'and later' or 'and earlier'. 

If you have access to local newspapers and can add, amend, or correct any dates, please do contact us.

 

DUBLIN: Lincoln Place / Leinster Street

1860—1900
Chronology & notes

DUBLIN: Harry Street: Veterinary Establishment

1891—

DUBLIN: William Street: Dublin Veterinary Institution

1865—1866+

INCHTURE: Millhill Farm

1862

LONDON: Cannon Street 

1863
Chronology

LONDON: Finchley 

1872—1884+
Article

LONDON: New Bond Street (26)

1863
Chronology

LONDON: Totteridge

1884—
Article

LONDON: Upper Berkley Street (11)

1861—1862
Chronology & note

LONDON: Victoria Street (2)

1862—1865
Chronology & note

MELTON MOWBRAY: Burton Street

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NEWCASTLE

1860
Chronology & note

         

 See also: Early Turkish baths for animals             

 

 
 


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