Victorian Turkish baths directory

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Table last updated: 02 July 2017

Known opening and closing dates are indicated in the table. All articles include a chronology, though these 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 maroon  are first and last sightings;
Plus or minus signs  indicate 'and later' or 'and earlier'.

When one or both of the icons on the left of the table appear in red, this indicates that there is an article, notes, or chronology relating to the establishment. Clicking on the left hand icon []] takes you to the relevant page on the site; clicking on the right hand icon [] takes you to the no-frames version of the page. When there is no icon on the right, the page, consisting only of a chronology, is not available in the no-frames version.

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[]] [] DENBIGH: The Infirmary 1871—
[]] [] DUBLIN: Adelaide Hospital, Breck 1866—1875+
[]] [] DUBLIN: Beresford Place (11): Dublin Provident Infirmary 1873
[]] [] EDINBURGH: Royal Infirmary 1900—
[]] [] HUDDERSFIELD: Infirmary Building, New North Road 1897-1951
[]] [] LIMERICK: City Infirmary (Cabinet bath) 1857+
[]] [] LONDON: Brompton Consumptive Hospital 1879+
[]] [] LONDON: St Thomas's Hospital 1871—1877
[]] [] LONDON: University College Hospital 1873
[]] [] NETLEY: Military Hospital 1864—
[]] [] NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE: Infirmary
   The first hospital to instal a Turkish bath
1858—1897
[]] [] SHREWSBURY: Royal Shrewsbury Infirmary 1861—
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Ron Edwards, for information about Denbigh's Infirmary


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