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St Pancras Public Baths PLA01_09_093

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St Pancras Public Baths PLA01_09_093

St Pancras Public Baths, Prince of Wales Road, Kentish Town, Camden, Greater London. The main entrance block and public hall of the former St Pancras Public Baths, seen from the south-east on Prince of Wales Road.
The St Pancras Baths were opened in October 1901. Originally the baths had two men's pools and two ladies pools, and at the time was one of only three baths in Britain with first and second class pools for women. The baths, which were later known as the Kentish Town Sports Centre, were refurbished from 2008 and reopened in 2010. The Prince of Wales Road public hall block was converted into apartments

Media ID 28353477

© Historic England Archive. Simon Inglis

Baths Blue Indoor Swimming Pool Listed Recreation Sport Victorian

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