Splashing good fun for young at popular pool

Basket making at the council workshop for the blind
Basket making at the council workshop for the blind
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Seen on the fo'c'sle  of HMS Implacable are Portsmouth Sea Rangers in 1937. Lord and Lady Baden-Powell are in the middle. 'Picture: Robert James Collection

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Look at these youngsters enjoying the open-air swimming pool at Stamshaw, Portsmouth, in 1929.

The pool was fed from a water tower and was popular among people from the northern part of the city.

It closed before the Second World War after remaining derelict for some time.