Nevill's Turkish Baths:
Northumberland Avenue, London:
windows at the women's Turkish bath

Windows on either side of women's entrance in Northumberland Passage
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Detail showing one of a pair of windows on either side of the women's entrance in Northumberland (now Craven) Passage.

Each window is surmounted by a horseshoe arch, over which is a panel of decorative tiling. The bars behind the windows were fitted during the building's recent use as a branch of Barclay's Bank.

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