Bland'sCliff Baths, Scarborough, mid 1990s:
building converted into an amusement arcade

Brand's Cliff Baths, Scarborough, mid 1990s
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What remained, in the 1990s, of the premises built in 1859 for the Scarborough Public Bath Company Limited to house their Bland's Cliff Baths.

By now the building was owned by Corrigan's and used as an amusement arcade. The second floor area which comprised the Turkish baths and the upper tower have both been removed. The baths closed some time around 1931, but it is not known whether the Turkish baths remained open till then.

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