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Report - Swimming baths Stockport 20/02/10

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by host, Feb 21, 2010.

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    This small but beautiful bath's are in Reddish stockport they are part of a building which is a library and fire station, the fire station is now a day centre and only the baths have the original feature's.When first designed there were no less than 26 design's for the building the chosen architect's were Albert E Dixon and Charles H Potter and were open to the public in 1908 at the time most house's only had a tin bath so for a small fee to come to the bath's and have a hot soapy wash was quite a luxury, unfortunately the baths closed in 2005 and it's fate is still uncertain due to the fact that it is a listed building.

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