GrimsbyTurkish Baths,
294-6 Lower Burgess Street, c.1893

Grimsby Turkish Baths
< Photo: Grimsby and Cleethorpes illustrated (Brighton: Pike, [c.1893])

The outside of the Grimsby Turkish Baths shortly after it opened.

The original building fronting the street housed the Manager's house, the company board room, refreshment room and office. The baths were built behind the house and the laundry next door. One of the company's laundry vans stands outside.

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