The Lansingburgh, or North End, Bath House.

Detail of 123rd Street Park and Bath House from “Lansingburgh, N. Y., Third Ward, 18th Street North.” Troy, NY: L. R. Burleigh, 1891.

Lansingburgh Bath House.

Lansingburgh Bath House.

Bath House at 2nd Avenue and 123rd Street from Sanborn Insurance Maps: Troy, NY, 1903, Vol. 1., Map 51. (Cropped from scan by RPI)

Bath House at 2nd Avenue and 123rd Street from Sanborn Insurance Maps: Troy, NY, 1903, Vol. 1., Map 51. (Cropped from scan by RPI)

Ben Fraser, a member of the Department of Public Works, is shown atop the chimney of the Public Bath House on Second Avenue in Lansingburgh as he commenced its destruction.  For a long time the chimney has been in a dangerous condition. "Chimney Coming Down." Times Record. October 8, 1938: 7 cols 3-4. (Staff Photo.) (Cropped from scan by fultonhistory.com)

Ben Fraser, a member of the Department of Public Works, is shown atop the chimney of the Public Bath House on Second Avenue in Lansingburgh as he commenced its destruction. For a long time the chimney has been in a dangerous condition.
“Chimney Coming Down.” Times Record. October 8, 1938: 7 cols 3-4. (Staff Photo.) (Cropped from scan by fultonhistory.com)