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Report - Brentford Public Baths - London- 12/9/09

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by Speed, Sep 14, 2009.

  1. Speed

    Speed Got Epic?
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    Nov 15, 2005
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    Brentford Public Baths (1896) are a Grade II listed example of late Victorian architecture.... Thats what the guide book says atleast!

    Dispite being listed only the main pool and a couple of changing rooms remain. The 2 wings that would once have contained the industrial side of the pool and the public baths themsleves have been converted into houses and flats, athough most still sit vacent with a £400k asking price!!

    English heritage have been trying to gain access to the site to check its interior condition but have so far failed. I figured id go do it for them. The condition is not too good with alot of the building piled high with junk from the construction works nearby. However with most of the building allready converted the baths are atleast very secure, this was not a walk in explore!


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  2. SF23

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    I used to live near Brentford, heres a pic of the front I took in Jan:

    Great pics, really interesting to see!
  3. Oxygen Thief

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    Looks almost the same now as it did in 1896...

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