Dover: Biggin Street:
plans and elevations: ground floor plan

Ground floor plan
< Image: The Surveyor and Municipal and County Engineer

The rooms on the ground floor included an office and the waiting room with toilet and boot lockers. A door off this led to the attendant's room and the main bath facilities.

These included the cooling-room and three hot rooms, the Russian vapour bath, two shampooing rooms, and a needle douche.1

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 1. 'Dover Corporation Turkish Baths'   Dover Express   (5 Jun 1903)   p.3   (Credited as being reprinted, with minor changes of tense, from an issue of Survey[or] and Municipal and County Engineer published before the baths were opened.) [return]