St. Pancras Baths Public Hall
14 Prince of Wales Road,
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Architects: Thomas W. Aldwinkle
Located in the north London district of Kentish Town at 14 Prince of Wales Road. The St. Pancras Baths & Public Hall was opened in 1901. Designed in an Art Nouveau style by architect Thomas W. Aldwinkle, it is built in red brick and Doulton terracotta. There were originally four swimming pools in the building catering for different classes and sexes. The building also contained a Public Hall, which was operating as a cinema in around 1910-1911.
Now converted into apartments, the building is Listed Grade II.
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