Trentham Gardens swimming pool.

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Description:Trentham swimming pool was built in the 1920s in the Art Deco style, with angular lines complimented by sweeping curves and the extensive use of glass. The pool could be reached either by a pleasant walk along the lakeside or by a ride on the Garden's own narrow gauge railway. When opened, it was one of only two open-air pools in the city, the other being at Smallthorne.
The pool was closed to the public and demolished in the late 1980's. Photographed by Donald Morris

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