The 1912 Amateur Swimming Association  directory for swimmers in England listing: Indoor swimming baths, lidos, swimming lakes, swimming rivers, and seaside swimming facilities...

DERBYSHIRE

BELPER. 

River, Ambergate Road. Historic wild swimming venue.

Belper River Bathing Place Swimming History
BELPER. 

Public Bath, Derby Road.

Belper Baths Derby Road Swimming History
CHESTERFIELD. 

Public Bath. Ashgate Road.

"A feature of some novelty in the scheme is the provision of swimming and ablutionary baths specially arranged for the duly regulated use of the scholars, and otherwise occasionally by the outside public."

CHESTERFIELD Public Bath. Ashgate Road. Swimming History
CHESTERFIELD. 

Inkerman Pool, Ashgate Road.

CHESTERFIELD, Inkerman Pool, Ashgate Road.Swimming History
DERBY. 

Public Baths (2), Full Street.

Derby Baths Full Street Swimming History
DERBY. 

Public Bath, Reginald Street.

In the winter months changed into a roller skating rink.
Also had a Turkish Bath.

Derby Reginald St Baths Swimming History
DERBY. 

Public Bath, Holmes. Open bath. Historic wild swimming venue.

Belper Public Bath, Holmes Swimming History
DERBY. 

Brook, Markeaton Bank. Open bath. Historic wild swimming venue.

Brook, Markeaton Bank. Open bath. Swimming History
DERBY. 

River Darley Abbey. Historic wild swimming venue. Lido.

Public Bath, close to town. Open-air. Lido. free Saturdays.
GLOSSOP. 

Public Bath, Howard Park.

Set in the woodland of Howard Park this Victorian Swimming Pool, completed in 1887, was re-opened after major refurbishment in 1993. Housing a 25m pool and solarium, the pool offers a varied swimming programme and caters for all ages and abilities.

GLOSSOP.  Public Bath, Howard Park. Swimming History
Hathersage.

Hathersage swimming pool opened in 1936, as a part of the King George Fifth Memorial Field. More... Lido.

Hathersage swimming pool opened in 1936, as a part of the King George Fifth Memorial Field.
HEANOR. 

Public Bath. Lido.

Langley Swimming Baths, which were situated at the junction of Laceyfields Road and Aldreds Lane, were developed from one of the early  reservoirs which supplied Heanor with drinking water.

The baths were opened in 1902, and were not closed until the 1960s.

Langley Swimming Baths History
MATLOCK. 

Public Bath, Smedley Street. Lido.

MATLOCK. Public Bath, Smedley Street. Swimming History
MATLOCK BATH. 

Public Bath, Main Street. Lido.

Wild Swimming at Newquay Wild Swimming History Cornwall
MATLOCK BATH. 

Private Bath, New Bath Hotel. Lido.

Wild Swimming at Newquay Wild Swimming History Cornwall
MILFORD.

Public Bath.

REPTON.

Private Bath, Repton School. Lido.

WEST HALLAM. 

Public Bath, near G.N.R. Station. Owned by Colliery Co. Open-air. Lido.

WEST HALLAM Colliery Swimming Baths
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