The Brighton Hammam, 59 West Street:
floor plans

Upper floor plans

First (left) and second floors

Lower floor plans

Basement (left) and ground floor

These plans of the Brighton Hammam, designed by Messrs Goulty and Gibbins, Architects, and opened, to great acclaim, on 12 October 1868, are reproduced from The Engineer published on 23 July the following year.

See also the longitudinal and transverse sections of the building.

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