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Photos of public bathhouses from Victorian times in magnificent decay

Yes, you’d have thought that every single public bathhouse from the Victorian era would all have been demolished by now. London-based photographer Gigi Cifali, however, found a handful of these rarities left, decaying in the aftermath of their heyday. Their fine architectural details are simply stunning.

Bath houses empty bottom barrel roof
abandon urban pool
abandon urban pool grass taking over
Hornsey baths copia red ball floating

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