Photographs from 2005

This picture is taken from the entrance end of the pool. The shallow end (3ft) is in the foreground. The spectator area can be partially seen to the left of the picture. The Norman tower of St. Mary's Church is just visible through the trees - Photo by Terry Jenkins

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This picture is taken from the entrance of the pool. At the very top are the new changing rooms. These have underfloor heating and a mixture of private and open changing areas. At the top left are the old male changing rooms, which now house the plant and boiler room for heating, filtering and chlorinating the water - Photo by Terry Jenkins

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This picture is taken from the changing room end of the pool, looking back towards the entrance. The deep end (6ft) is in the foreground. The block at the end has the refreshments kiosk on the left and the store room (formerly the ladies changing room) on the right. The pool entrance is situated between the two. The blue rolls at the end of the pool are the covers, which are pulled over the pool each night to protect the water - Photo by Terry Jenkins

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The picture is taken from the spectator area of the pool, looking towards the refreshment kiosk, which sells a range of hot and cold drinks, confectionary, snacks and ices. Through the fencing on the left, it is possible to make out the river, which was used to regularly fill and drain the pool, until the filtration and chlorination systems were fitted in 1974 - Photo by Terry Jenkins

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This picture shows the tranquil and attractive settings Ingleton Open Air Swimming Pool is situated in - Photo by Terry Jenkins

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The picture below is of the approach to Ingleton Swimming Pool entrance and is taken from the access ramp. The pool is at river level - Photo by Terry Jenkins

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Despite the historic background to Ingleton Swimming Pool, the picture below shows that the chlorination and filtration system is bang up to date. This new system was fitted before the season opened in 2005 - Photo by David Hughes

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Below is a picture of the modern changing rooms at Ingleton Swimming Pool. This shot is taken in the female changing area. The changing rooms were opened in 2000 and boast full underfloor heating and are double glazed for additional comfort - Photo by Terry Jenkins

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Photographs from earlier in the 2000's

The picture below was taken in 2003 and shows the addition of the new changing block, which was officially opened in July 2000 - Photo by David Hughes

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The picture below was taken in 2003 before the filtration pipework around the edge of the pool was replaced and shows the slip resistant surface prior to it being 'ripped up' as part of the filtration upgrade. It is hoped to replace this surface in the near future but it will cost nearly £5000! - Photo by David Hughes

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This picture shows the slide, which has sadly now gone. It was taken after the new roof was added to the buildings around the entrance to the pool. Compare the building on the left to the earlier picture taken with the slide - Photo by Dorothy Hodgson

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This picture was taken before the new shower block was built in 2000. The giant floating toy was on hire from Settle swimming pool - Photo by Dorothy Hodgson

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This picture was taken before the new roof was added to the buildings around the entrance to the pool and shows the slide, which has sadly now gone - Photo by Dorothy Hodgson

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This picture was taken during the official opening of the new shower block in July 2000. The plaque reads 'Dedicated to the memory of Brenda Capstick OBE whose energy and enthusiasm initiated this building July 2000' - Photo by Dorothy Hodgson

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