Nevill's Turkish Baths:
Northumberland Avenue, London:
Floor plans

Basement, first, and second floor plans at Northumberland Avenue
< The Turkish bath / Robert Owen Allsop (Spon, 1890)

The (currently blocked up) entrance to the separate women's baths in what is now Craven Passage) is just round the corner from the men's baths in the main road.

I have amended Allsop's plan by untinting the women's baths to give a clearer idea of how much smaller they were.

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Charing Cross Turkish bath for gentlemen

Charing Cross Turkish bath for ladies

London's first Victorian Turkish bath. Part 5: London women and the bath

Women and the Victorian Turkish bath. Part 4: Availability of the baths to women

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