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In , Dr Weatherhead, sometime medical director of the Beulah Spa, published his ‘Account of the Beulah Saline Spa’ which was dedicated to William Archbishop of Canterbury in commemoration of the “favourable manner in which Your Grace has been pleased to regard the Beulah Saline Spa.”. The water, which rose up some 14 ft., was drawn up in a glass urn-shaped pail. The water was bottled as Beulah Saline Water and sold at 2s. a gallon. It was also sent frozen in bottles by Masters Freezing Apparatus and in blocks. Madam Vestri’s Olympic Theatre brought out a ‘New and Original Burletta’, entitled ‘The Beulah Spa’. Beulah Spa Hotel, 41 Beulah Hill, Norwood SE Norwood pub history index. Need to be careful, as there is a Beulah Spa and also a Beulah Spa Hotel in Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey. Residents at this address. The Beulah Spa A New Pictorial History by Chris Shields. likes 3 talking about this. The Beulah Spa History Project was set up by Chris Shields to campaign for a marker stone and.
Beulah Spa. 41 Beulah Hill Upper Norwood SE19 3DS. Sat Nav Reference. , OS Reference. TQ Transport. Close to Bus Routes; Close to London Underground / . The Beulah spa lasted until , two years after the arrival of Crystal Palace, just around the corner. This really was its death knell, representing too much competition for the fading spa resort. Fashion moved on and Beulah Hill fell into disuse. My interest in all this arose when I lived on Spa . Reserve a table at The Beulah Spa Harvester, London on Tripadvisor: See unbiased reviews of The Beulah Spa Harvester, rated of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #7, of 22, restaurants in London/ TripAdvisor reviews. A little further along Beulah Hill is the Beulah Spa, which was founded in Upper Norwood in , at a time when spas were beginning to decline in the capital. A foot deep pure saline well, whose water had been analysed by the famous Michael Faraday, was the epicentre of the spa, the main active constituent being magnesium sulphate (Epsom salt).