The old Turkish bath, Friar's Walk, Lewes

Least altered elevation of Lewes Turkish Baths Broomans Lane elevation of Lewes Turkish Baths

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Lewes Turkish bath from the least altered side of the building, 2001

Lewes Turkish Bath seen from Broomans Lane, 2001

The white building (on the right of the picture) is opposite the front of the Turkish bath and is separated from it by Friar's Walk. The inside of the building is bare of any trace of its earlier use as a Turkish bath and is used as a printing office for the Lewes District Council.

Just off the picture, to the left, is a fourth bay but with the original window removed and replaced by a large modern one. Further to the left is the corner with the front of the building in Friar's Walk. This has been totally altered.

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