Toilets around the world pt48– Wesley Chapel, City Road, London

These have to be the oldest toilets in our collection.
Dated 1898, they still grace the buildings of the Wesley Chapel on City Road.
The urinals and wash hand basins are made from marble.
The cistern from ceramic . The wooden seat is classic. One can imagine several holy asses sitting on them and getting divine inspiration.
The loo rolls on the seat look so out of place. Someone sniggered that they probably used reuseable washclothes to wipe their asses at the time. That’ll take loving your neighbours to another level. I do not want to think about who gets the glorious duty of washing them

As reviewed by Pastor Matches

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