Just about every little town in New Zealand has a memorial to the lives lost in
wars, especially WWI. They were built in many different forms. If you click on this sentence, it will take you to a page that explains their diversity.
Along with many other small towns, Manutahi chose to build a memorial bath. The squares on the front wall listed names of those who gave their lives in the
first world war but they were vandalized and have since been moved to a place of prominence in the local cemetery.
swimming pool baths are still in use.