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Aberdeen Bathing Station

Historic Photographs
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Aberdeen Bathing Station
Historic Photographs
Aberdeen Bathing Station
The Beach Bathing Station opened on 13th July 1898, replacing an earlier bathing establishment. This image shows the western, landward, side of the Victorian red brick building with its prominent chimney stack that stood 70 feet high.

At the time of opening the pool was described as the largest in Scotland. It measured 90 feet by 35 feet and 3 to 7 feet in depth. The pool was salt water up until 1958 before changing to freshwater.

Facilities included a water chute, a 9 foot diving board and a spring board at pool level.

Despite a renovation in 1964 its gradual deteriorating condition and decline in use led to its closure in July 1972 and the building was subsequently demolished.
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