Inside Colonel North's private Turkish bath at Avery Hill

Inside Colonel North's Turkish bath at Avery Hill

Inside Colonel John Thomas North's private Turkish bath in his south London home at Avery Hill.

The Turkish bath was destroyed in an air attack during the second world war. The photograph was used on a postcard during the period when the house was part of Avery Hill College, Eltham.


This postcard is from the collection of the Victorian Turkish Baths Project

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Colonel North's Turkish bath at Avery Hill, Eltham, Kent

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