Victorian Turkish baths directory

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For animals

Turkish bath for sheepThis table lists some of the Turkish baths built for use by animals.

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Table last revised: 15 August 2023
[]] [] ARMAGH: George's St: Edward E Ashe's Veterinary Practice Turkish Baths 1863
[]] [] BLARNEY: St Ann's Hydropathic Establishment Farm: Turkish bath for animals 1858—
[]] [] CHESTERFIELD: Holywell Cross: James Martin, MRCVS, Veterinary Practice
  and Turkish bath
[]] [] CIRENCESTER: Royal Agricultural College Veterinary Hospital, Turkish bath 1860—1880+
[]] [] CORK: George's Street (36): Edward Ashe's Veterinary Practice Turkish bath 1863
[]] [] CORK: Winthrop Street: Olden's Veterinary Hospital Turkish bath 1861—1865
[]] [] DUBLIN: Harry Street: John Freeman (Jnr), FRCVS, Veterinary Establishment 1890—        
[]] [] DUBLIN: Lincoln Place 1860—1900
[]] [] DUBLIN: William Street: Thomas Shea, VS, Dublin Veterinary Institution    1865—1866+
[]] [] EXWICK (near Exeter): Exwick Mills: Thomas Shore's Turkish bath for horses 1861
[]] [] HARROGATE: Grove House Stables (home of Samson Fox) 1894—        
[]] [] INCHTURE: Millhill Farm (home of Arthur 10th Lord Kinnaird) 1862
[]] [] LEAMINGTON: Regent Grove: E G Crowhrst, FRCVS, Veterinary Infirmary
   with Turkish bath for horses
[]] [] LISMORE (Ireland): Turkish bath for animals 1860—
[]] [] LONDON: Finchley: Woodside: Pickford's Horse Hospital Turkish baths   1872—1884+
[]] [] LONDON: Great College St: Royal Veterinary College Turkish bath for horses 1891
[]] [] LONDON: New Bond Street (26, later renumbered 56): Thomas Aitken Dollar,
   Turkish bath and (later) veterinary hospital
[]] [] LONDON: Totteridge: Great Northern Railway Company: Hospital for horses 1884—1889+
[]] [] LONDON: Upper Berkley Street (11): James Moore, VS, Turkish bath
   for horses
[]] [] LONDON: Victoria Street (2): Oriental baths, including horse baths 1862—1865
[]] [] MARKET HARBOROUGH: Papillon Hall: Turkish bath for horses 1872, 1903 (?)
[]] [] MELTON MOWBRAY: Burton Street: The Old Club House 1861—
[]] [] MIDDLEHAM: Turkish bath for horses 1860
[]] [] MOLESEY: Hampton Court Palace Mews: Turkish bath for horses 1861—
[]] [] NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE: Scotch Arms Yard: Bigg Market: Clement
   Stephenson's Turkish bath for horses
[]] [] TRALEE: George Street: Dr Ashe, VS, Turkish bath for cattle and horses 1863
[]] [] WORKSOP: Blythe Hall Estate: Turkish bath for horses 1885
[]] [] WORTHING: Findon Stables: Turkish bath for horses 1866
[]] [] AUSTRALIA: BROADWATER, VIC: Woolsthorpe Heywood Road
   Image above is of Charles Hamilton Macknight's Turkish bath for
[]] [] USA: New York City, NY: Raymond St: Benton's Turkish Baths for


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