Victorian Turkish baths directory
   

                           

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

        

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Last updated: 02 November 2016
           

Individual establishments arranged alphabetically by place.

Known opening and closing dates of the baths 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.

 

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
Article

LIMERICK: City Infirmary (Cabinet bath)

1857+

LONDON: Brompton Consumptive Hospital

1879+

LONDON: St Thomas's Hospital

1871—1877
Article

LONDON: University College Hospital

1873    

NETLEY: Military Hospital

1864—

NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE: Infirmary

1860—1897
Article

SHREWSBURY: Royal Shrewsbury Infirmary

1861—

 

                         

 
 


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