bathing machine


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Synonyms for bathing machine

a building containing dressing rooms for bathers

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Coventry, flutters in the dithery tradition of Laura Hope Crews and has the tuner's best number in "The Bathing Machine," a recollection of a childhood visit to the Jersey shore.
Later still came the bathing machine, complete with a funnel-like awning under which the fair sex could disport themselves, free from anxiety on the score of modesty.
Bathing machine | To ensure a spectacular end to this challenging race, worthy of its stunning backdrop, the Half marathon finishes on Abersoch's main beach with its golden sands.
The original wooden bathing machine, which ran down a ramp into the sea and from which Victoria would emerge in her swimming suit, her modesty preserved, has been returned to the beach.
His snake occupies the adjacent bathing machine -- an Edwardian contraption resembling something out of a torture chamber.
These include a multifunctional beach hut in Bournemouth, Dorset, and an ingenious 21st century update of a bathing machine in Kent.
The picture, done in Carroll's trademark violet ink, shows Edith in a beach costume holding a bucket and spade and leaning against the wheel of a Victorian bathing machine.
Leading urban artist Pure Evil will decorate one bathing machine with a graffiti portrait of Queen Victoria, incorporating his well known signature tear.
The picture, in Carroll's trademark violet ink, shows Edith in a beach costume holding a bucket and spade and leaning against the wheel of a Victorian bathing machine.
Drove down to the beach with my maid, and went into the bathing machine, where I undressed and swam in the sea.
We've got a homage to Hitchcock's The Birds with people dressed up as Tippi Hedren, as well as various replicas of the iconic Victorian bathing machine.
In the distance the helter-skelter is visible beyond a row of bathing machines.
Across the weekend you can explore the work in unusual spaces and surprising places including baptist chapels; empty shops; shipping containers and Victorian bathing machines.
Pictures in The Gazette's archives date as far back as the Victorian times when bathing machines were next to the pier.
Ravilious quite caught the eye last autumn, however, when his 1938 painting Bathing Machines, Aldeburgh, sold at auction for a little over a quarter of a million pounds.