The 1912 Amateur Swimming Association directory for swimmers in England listing: Indoor swimming baths, lidos, swimming lakes, swimming rivers, and seaside swimming facilities...
Cygnet River Swimming Baths, Amersham.
Public Bath, Bourbon Street.
Public bath, The Moor. Public open-air bath. Lido.
Chesham Moor Swimming Pool. Lido.
The first written reference to swimming on the moor was in 1898. In 1912 the first swimming pool was erected and in 1933 it had a facelift which included improvements to the pool and its surroundings such as changing cubicles. In 1964 the whole building was reconstructed and the pool was made deeper and on completion, re-opened by Councillor Bill Moulder who, in 1912 had been one of the first to swim in the original pool. More...
Public Bath, Rye Mead. Very poor bath.
Holywell Mead Swimming Pool. Lido.
There had been a public pool on The Rye since Roman times - you can find more information at the newly opened Romans exhibition at Wycombe Museum.
River Thames. Private. Historic wild swimming venue.
River Lovat. Historic wild swimming venue.