Hot air duct in the Turkish bath at Wightwick Manor

Hot air duct in the Turkishbath at Wightwick Manor
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Inlet grille at the top of the hot air duct in the hot room of the Turkish bath at Wightwick Manor, mid-1990s.

Heated air passed through the duct into the hot room from a Constantine's Convoluted Stove housed in the basement below.

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