Nevill's Turkish Baths:
New Broad Street, London, early 1990s

Main external view of kisok at New Broad Street

The kiosk, closely sandwiched between two other buildings in the 19th century, was the main entrance to the Turkish bath. It was the only visible part of the bath which was situated in two basements, one below the road and the other below an adjacent building.

When this photo was taken the old baths had already been in use for several years as the Gallipoli Restaurant and it was due to open as the Young Turks Restaurant. After use by yet another restaurant, it  currently houses a nightclub.

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