Folkestone: 1-3 Ingles Road: Front elevation

Front elevation

The front elevation of the building, taken from the plans of the architect, Andrew Bromley.

There is a porch forming the main entrance to the baths on the right, with the women's entrance to their slipper baths on the left. Each of the gables had six slipper baths, though four were later removed to provide accommodation for the masseur and his wife on the left, and a barber's shop on the right.

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The Turkish Bath, Folkestone

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