Montjuïc Cable Car
This cable car in Barcelona celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2020.
Originally opened as the Cliftonville Baths in 1828 was the only seaside bathing site carved into cliffs. Nearly two decades later it was transformed into a drill hall and boiler house. But it seemed this site was destined to be a bath house, and was reconverted into a bathing facility by amusement park tycoon John Henry Iles. Although the pool is now filled with cement, the LIDO tower remains a landmark reminder of what the structure once offered.
Today the facility is closed and has remained so for over 30 years. While the swimming pool has been filled in with concrete, the LIDO tower remains a landmark reminder of what the structure once offered.
Written By: Accidentally Wes Anderson
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