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Report - Heath Town Baths and Library, Wolverhampton (Multiple Visits Jan 2012 and March 2012)

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by Potato_Protector, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. Potato_Protector

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    This is the first building I ever explored and this is the first report i've ever done so sorry if it's kind of shite, I also visited with a friend who isn't a member on this forum.

    Heath Town's structurally integrated Public Baths and Library - an architectural two-in-one was built in 1932 to the design of the Wolverhampton Borough Engineer's Department, after several years' discussion in separate Council Committees, the Art Gallery and Public Library Committee and the Parks and Baths Committee.

    In 2003 the city council declared that there were structural problems with the baths and closed them.
    The outside of the building in January 2012
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    The inside (Jan 2012)
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    The last time I visited hoping to explore more of the building to find out that it had all been bricked up :( (March 2012)
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    Nevertheless we did find a few holes in the wall, so I decided to stick my camera through and this is what I got.
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    And last of all while I had my hands through one of the holes, David who I was with at the time thought it would be funny to scare me. I never though I could jump so high and whilst I was jumping my camera decided to take a picture and it turned out qutie cool.
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    So that's it my first ever report, please don't judge to harshly but all comment are welcome! :D
     

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