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Lochhead Hydropathic
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Lochhead Hydropathic

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Lochhead Hydropathic
Lochhead was a mansion situated near Westburn Park. It was said to be the first hydropathic establishment in Scotland and featured Turkish and Medicated Baths. By the 1890s the building was occupied by the George Washington Wilson optical lantern slide export department. The building was demolished in 1932, and the grounds became part of Westburn Park.
Aberdeen
Buildings, Hospitals
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Aberdeen Local Studies
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