Strathpeffer Spa Pavilion Jigsaw
Although the health benefits of Strathpeffer’s sulphurous waters had been first recognised by the physician Thomas Morrison in 1819, it was not until the late 1800s that it became a popular spa destination. With the building of Strathpeffer Spa Pavilion as a space for social entertainment in 1881 and the arrival of the railway in 1885, Strathpeffer became a major tourist destination and the only spa in Britain to remain in use past the Victorian Era.
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