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- What do you think about the state of the public
latrines, water closets ,
washrooms in schools,
restaurants and gas stations in and around the
Are you tired of walking into a restaurant or gas station and
asking to use the facilities only
to find them fifthly.
Well here is a chance to send me an image of the best and most interesting.
tdc's Washroom Images provides you the opportunity to send images
the best and most interesting public washrooms that you have seen
from anywhere around the
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and we will post it on this site.
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Here is a sign found in the Womens' Washroom
at the Fulford Estate Museum in Brockville Ontario Canada
Sign found at Ryerson University in Toronto
Is this the
future of washroom privacy?
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Some Articles of Interest
Calgary nominated for the Best Washrooms in Canada 2015
Canada's Best Public Restrooms 2011
Forget Germs on Public
Washroom Door Handles
Thailand's public toilets fail WHO standards
No More Privies, So Hikers Add a Carry-Along
World Toilet Association kicks off conference
Sitting Pretty: The History of the Toilet
July 18 - Sept 9, 2007
Guelph Ontario Canada's Minden Museum's most attended exhibit
has arrived at the Minden Hills Cultural Centre. No one can deny
that the toilet is an exceedingly important feature of our
lives. Yet how many people can trace its history? This
exhibition explores this theme through interactive components
that show the development of the toilet from the very first
chamber pot, to the outhouse to the invention of the toilet
itself. Answer the age old question "Does the paper come off the
top of the roll or the bottom?" Have some laughs while learning.
This exhibition is part of the Traveling Exhibition
Partnership Project collaborative. Guelph Civic Museum, the
creator of this exhibition, gratefully acknowledges the
financial support of Mr. Rooter Plumbing and the Department of
Canadian Heritage Museums Assistance Program.