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    The old Eurupleasure building in Cornwallis Street


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    Nice one Joe.

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    This is another old building in Cornwallis Street,opposite the Europleasure old building.
    Does anybody know what it was?. It still has the old bell pull on the wall by the entrance,It looks like it could have been a school,
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    Is it not the old salt-water baths, the street had one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Is it not the old salt-water baths, the street had one.
    Could be Ged,with it`s glazed brick material. Cornwalliss Baths was opened in 1851 and closed in 1967,holding Liverpools first swimming gala in 1860.
    This had the unique record of being the only public baths to make a profit.
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    When I first saw it Joe, I thought it was the old National Institute for the Blind Workshops, which was situated on the corner of Cornwallis St/Duke St. that doorway! looked familier, but could have been a few buildings like that in that area!

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