One of my favourite bars - The Temple: the Victorian Urinal that became a Quirky Bar (in Manchester, UK)

The Temple: the Victorian Urinal that became a Quirky Bar

One of my favourite bars - The Temple: the Victorian Urinal that became a Quirky Bar (in Manchester, UK)

Inside Attendant, a London Deli in a Victorian Urinal

Inside Attendant, a London Deli in a Victorian Urinal

The public convenience has become something of a rarity in the UK and other parts of the world. But thanks to some clever and inspirational examples of adaptive reuse, a number of previously abandoned lavatories have found new life.

Karl Landsknecht, The Archon - Tremere authority sent to bring Camarilla order to New Enoch. His body was found torn apart by the Noah in the woods

Karl Landsknecht, The Archon - Tremere authority sent to bring Camarilla order to New Enoch. His body was found torn apart by the Noah in the woods

Charlotte Street, Nottingham, at the end of the 19th century. The building in the centre of the road is a public urinal.  Charlotte Street was one of many streets demolished to make way for Nottingham Victoria railway station, which was demolished after just 67 years in use to make way for the Nottingham Victoria Shopping Centre.

Charlotte Street, Nottingham, at the end of the 19th century. The building in the centre of the road is a public urinal. Charlotte Street was one of many streets demolished to make way for Nottingham Victoria railway station, which was demolished after just 67 years in use to make way for the Nottingham Victoria Shopping Centre.

Victorian urinal seating bank. First installed around 1890. Cleaned and restored 2013.

Victorian urinal seating bank. First installed around 1890. Cleaned and restored 2013.

Victorian Urinal - Please adjust your dress | found on Caroline's Miscellany

Victorian Urinal - Please adjust your dress | found on Caroline's Miscellany

Victorian urinal at Rothesay public conveniences. The bowls in the cubicles are marked "THE DELUGE".

Victorian urinal at Rothesay public conveniences. The bowls in the cubicles are marked "THE DELUGE".

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