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Colours used in the chronologies

Dates in grey refer to a parent establishment, eg, a public swimming bath where it is known that the Turkish bath opened later, or closed earlier.

When an asterisk * appears at the end of a set of dates, it indicates that the Turkish bath was not listed where listing would have been expected if the establishment had still been in existence. The date, therefore, must be treated as an approximate one.

The words Closed and Demolished are only used without qualification if it is known that the baths definitely did close, or were demolished, during that year.