The White Rock Baths, Hastings:
view of cliffside chimney from the sea. c.1888

Turkish baths chimney viewed from the sea
< The Album of Hastings and St Leonards Views (Charles, Reynolds & Co, [c. 1888])

A rare image of the seafront at Hastings, some time around 1888, which clearly shows the cliffside chimney built to remove the smoke from the hot air heaters. The parapet around the wide staircase leading down to the baths can be seen on the left of the image behind the sea wall.

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White Rock Turkish Baths, Hastings. Part 1: the original Turkish baths

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