The Sansome Walk Turkish Baths, Worcester:
the cooling-room

Turkish bath cooling room at Park's Hydro, c.1910
< Photograph in the collection of Leonard Park

The cooling-room at Sansome Walk Baths, Worcester, c.1910.

Note the advertisement card for Bovril, gas lights, scales, and pile of towels. Nine couches and twelve shoe lockers would enable at least a dozen bathers to use the Turkish baths at the same time without undue crowding.

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Leonard Park for his kindness, and for allowing his photograph to be used

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