Maintenance & Improvement Photographs

The picture below shows the completed foundations for the new changing rooms, which were opened in 2000 - Photo by Dorothy Hodgson

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The picture below was taken in Spring 2005 during the installation of the new filtration system. You can clearly see the 'green' state of the water has it has been left in the pool over winter to prevent frost damage. Prior to opening for the season, the water needs to be drained and the pool surfaces given a good scrub! - Photo by David Hughes

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The picture below was taken in Spring 2005 whilst the filtration pipework around the edge of the pool was being replaced - Photo by David Hughes

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The picture below was shows the changing depth levels of Ingleton Swimming Pool. The pool has been drained and cleaned prior to the start of the 2005 season - Photo by David Hughes

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The picture below was taken in 2005 during the filtration upgrade. Time was getting on and the season drawing closer. Look how much building material still remained unused - there was still a tremendous effort required to keep the project on track - Photo by David Hughes

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The picture below was taken in 2005 during the filtration system upgrade. You can see the installation of the new filter boxes around the edge of the pool. The new pipework lies under the wooden sheets - Photo by David Hughes

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The picture below shows the construction of the new sloping tiled roof over the ladies changing room, to replace the old flat roof. With the construction of the new changing rooms, this block is now used for storage, although it is hoped to install diabled toilets into it in the near future - Photo by Dorothy Hodgson

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The picture below shows the recently installed access ramp to Ingleton Swimming Pool. It is hoped to further improve disabled facilities at the pool in the near future, with projects such as a disabled toilet - Photo by David Hughes

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The picture below was taken in 2005 prior to the season opening. Walter Tooby is fixing any broken or missing tiles and is re-grouting the surface. This helps reduce water seepage to a minimum - Photo by David Hughes

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The picture below was taken in 2005 and the pool is close to being filled for the new season. Walter Tooby is scrubbing the surface to ensure and dirt or bacteria built up over the winter, when the pool is left filled but untreated, is removed before new water is added and treated - Photo by David Hughes

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