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Lytham St.Annes, Lancashire, England


Lytham Baths, 1928 - Page 17


The equipment for heating the water for the Slipper Baths and for the Remedial and Turkish Baths represents the latest practice and consists of five caloriĀ­fiers operating on low pressure steam and designed to give 1,000 gallons of water each per hour at 18) degrees Fahrenheit. Regulators are fitted for automatically controlling the temperature.

Heating, Hot Air Supply and Ventilation.

The heating of the building is carried out by means of low pressure hot water radiators. Pure air is introduced to the Turkish Department via a patent air-heater stove to Hot Rooms on First Floor. Extract Ventilation is similarly dealt with. Boiler House.

The Boiler House contains a Marine dry back type Boiler, and A Weir Feed Pump with hot well complete.

The Sole Contractors entrusted with the work of construction of the New Baths were Messrs. Keenan & Yates, Ltd., St. Annes-on-Sea. The principal sub-contractors and specialists were as follows :-

Hot Water, Heating and Sanitary Engineers : Messrs. J. A. MCCREA & SONS, Manchester.

Stonework  and  Asphalt : Messrs. JOHN DICKINSON  &  SONS (BOLTON) LTD., Bolton.

Steelwork : Messrs. HARRY PEERS & Co., Bolton. Filter Plant : TURN OVER FILTER Co., Belfast.


Plasterer : Messrs. ARKWRIGHT BROS. (BLACKPOOL) LTD., Blackpool. Electrical Installation : Messrs. HEAP & CHARLTON, St. Annes. Painters and Decorators : Messrs. MELLING & MARTLAND, St. Annes. Slater : Mr. N. STRINGFELLOW, Lytham.

Ironmongery and Special Fittings : Messrs. W. & R. LEGGOTT, LTD., Bradford.

Terrazzo and Composition, Flooring and Partitions : Messrs. HAROLD BROWN, LTD., Manchester.

Tiling and Marmola : Messrs. SHAW'S GLAZED BRICK CO., LTD., Darwen. Stained Glass Leadlight Work : Mr. B. D. WALMSLEY, St. Annes Studios.

Furnishing and Draperies by Messrs. FORSHAW, Lytham ; Messrs. HARRY BALL, LTD., St. Annes ; and Messrs. W. J. HALL & Co., Lytham.

The illuminated forecourt garden and carriage approach layout were carried out by the Highways, Parks and Electric Departments conjointly.

" Lector Si Monument um Req uiris Circumspice."