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Report - The Public Baths, Glasgow - Jan. 2010

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by BenCooper, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. BenCooper

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    These beautiful Victorian baths are currently in limbo - not used, not quite derelict, restoration or demolition both proposed. What better time to go for a look around?

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    So far, so normal. Here's where it began to get a bit odd - in a shower room behind the pool, there's this - a pile of plans from various Glasgow engineering companies, and a lovely scale model of Keadby Power Station:

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    Down in the basement, there's a pile more plans:

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    Also in the basement are some massive Blade Runner style fans:

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    And tunnels. Lots of tunnels. Lots and lots of tunnels, extending way, way beyond the building above, underneath the neighbouring buildings. The neighbouring buildings are still live and, well, lets just say they're a bit more sensitive than a swimming pool :)

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    These are going to need a revisit during non-working hours, with lots of paper for drawing maps, and a compass. This is why I'm not naming this place yet...
     

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