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Temples of Relief Victorian Toilets

Posted November 17th, 2012 by Tracey Thorne with 6 Comments

Following the popular post on BCT facebook of the Victorian urinals in Digbeth we have been on the hunt for more! Here are are some photos of the Victorian Urinals that are still in use in Balsall Heath. Lets hope they stay and that they get a bit of TLC they are in need of painting and some graffiti removal inside?

 

Victorian Toilets

Temples of Relief in Balsall Heath

Temples of Relief

[caption id="attachment_5638" align="alignnone" width="431"]Victorian Toilets

6 Responses to “Temples of Relief Victorian Toilets”

  1. Friday Photo: Victorian Public Convenience, Livery Street/Lionel Street. « Birmingham Conservation Trust August 4, 2017

    […] There are other Victorian public conveniences still standing in Birmingham, a fine example being the one outside the Jewellery Quarter Train Station. Tracey Thorne also did a great blog a few years ago on the urinal in Balsall Heath […]

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  3. Andy Mabbett November 19, 2012

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  4. Noreen Evans November 18, 2012

    Where in Balsall Heath?

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    • Tracey Thorne November 21, 2012

      Hi Noreen they are on the corner of Edward Rd and Court Rd …can’t miss them.

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    • Neil November 22, 2012

      @Noreen according to the facebook post, they’re on the corner of Edward Street and Court Street. you can see them on google street view here >> http://goo.gl/maps/vABNU

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