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Thursday, 20 January 2011

The Bath House

A Victorian Turkish bath house now converted into a trendy bar. You'll find it not far from Liverpool Station.

18 comments:

A Daft Scots Lass said...

I wonder what it looked like inside. All those forgotten spots from yesteryear.

Emm said...

Wow. That looks quite exquisite. i lvoe that area of London.

Adullamite said...

Jings, 21 years I lived there and never saw that!

Alan said...

It looks a little like a rocket that's going to take off :)

Caroline said...

I'll have a milk Sheik

Leif Hagen said...

I love, love the tile work, colors and it's unique top! Must be kinda small inside, non?

Luis Gomez said...

Love it! What a little-big gem.

Sharon said...

I've never seen this little building. It's very ornate and colorful! Looks like a good spot for a trendy bar.

jabblog said...

It looks very small - standing room only?

Anna said...

It's beautiful. What great hidden gems you find.

Irina said...

Great find.

RedPat said...

Super - somehow it reminds me of an exotic Dr Who tardis!

H said...

This is very exotic. I like it! I bet they get a lot of trade.

IleDuLevant said...

For anyone wondering about the size, what you see above ground is merely the entrance, with stairs leading down to the erstwhile baths/present-day restaurant.
Images here, showing some of the beautiful interior tilework: http://www.thebathhousevenue.com/Bathhouse/Gallery.aspx

Karine said...

LOL brilliant! I'd go for a beer there just for the novelty of it!

Jack said...

That is remarkably ornate. I was also going to ask about how it could be a bar at such a small size, but I see the answer posted just above me.

Witness said...

Nice!

celine in paris said...

Beautiful shot! I have never seen it even tough I used to spend a lot of time in that neighbourhood!!

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