The Manchester Road Baths, later known as the West Bowling District Baths, were opened in 1887 while John Howarth was still Bradford's Baths Superintendent. 1
Although the facility was originally built without Turkish baths, it seems inconceivable that Howarth didn't specify them—more likely that the Council cut back on expenditure. However, they were added at a later, currently unknown, date.
Susan Caton, Central Library, Bradford Dept of Arts, Heritage & Leisure, for help with information about Bradford's baths.
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