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Seymour Leisure Centre PLA01_03_0192
SEYMOUR LEISURE CENTRE, SEYMOUR PLACE, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. The former main swimming pool hall in Seymour Leisure Centre, formerly known as Seymour Place Baths, in use as a dry sports hall.
The Seymour Place Baths (later known as Seymour Hall and Swimming Baths, and Seymour Leisure Centre) was officially opened in April 1937. The building was designed by Kenneth Mervyn Baskerville Cross for St Marylebone Borough Council. It is Grade II listed. The main swimming pool hall was designed to be converted into a public hall or cinema in the winter, and was surrounded by spectator galleries. The reinforced concrete roof structure was based on hangars in Orly, France (Freyssinet, 1921-23) and the Royal Horticultural Society exhibition hall in Victoria, London (1927-28). The main pool was converted into a dry sports hall in the mid 1980s, though the second class pool remained in use
Media ID 26520421
© Historic England Archive
Indoor Swimming Pool
Sport And Recreation
MADE IN THE UK
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