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swimming bath

an indoor swimming pool
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On the other side of the city close to the railway embankment off Walsgrave Road, another swimming bath, Gosford Park, had closed after the 1965 season.
A second swimming bath for boys and other facilities were added later.
Middlesbrough's first swimming baths opened on Park Street in 1884 but demand meant a larger facility was soon needed.
Perhaps some of this money could have been used to maintain the swimming baths.
The pounds 4,000 house in Tonypandy * Penarth Swimming Baths, pictured here in 1980, has been converted into a luxury home
The Northumberland County Council-owned Prospect House, Hexham House, Old Grammar School and Old Swimming Baths, estimated to be worth around pounds 4m in all, are up for sale as the authority tries to raise much-needed money during the financial crunch.
It's likely the sea lions will agree with the adage of swimming baths - 'Please don't pee in our pool, we don't swim in your toilet.
ChangingVillage THE swimming baths where I grew up underwent extensive "improvements" recently.
Residents had been campaigning to save a former bowling green from development as part of the scheme, which also involved Durham's old swimming baths.
Summary: A council appears to be living up to its name by imposing bizarre health and safety rules at swimming baths.
THE BBC Wales programme Torchwood has featured the once-splendid but now sadly derelict swimming baths in my home town of Pontypridd.