Hey so my brother sent me this pic of a random toilet he found in a tree in an outback Queensland ghost town 😂🌲🚽
And as a bonus, here’s a loo in an abandoned house he found in the same town:
This is a traditional public toilet in Berlin known as a Café Achteck. These octagonal iron structures have adorned the city streets since the 1870’s, with around 30 remaining today; this particular one is located at the Gendarmenmarkt. They were originally built for men only but a bunch of them have been converted in recent years to cater for ladies as well.
One of the top suggestions for restrooms to visit in Baltimore was the Papermoon Diner in Remington. I really didn’t know what to expect here and was quite humoured to see such a colourful & unique building upon my approach:
Imagine my delight when I came across these numerous toilet gardens littered around the outer grounds of the diner:
A few bonus pics of the wacky interior:
Seriously, the Papermoon is one of the most interesting and unique venues I’ve eaten at across all of North America. I’m so happy it came up as a suggestion on Reddit cause I never would have known to come here otherwise.
Just throw the toilet out with the recycling on a chilly Monday morning in Montreal
Thanks to my friend Sam for the tipoff about these poor #abandonedthrones near High Park! I got up early this morning just to go pay my respects. Apparently every toilet in this apartment building is being replaced. What could be so bad about EVERY DAMN LOO that warrants such a toilet graveyard? 😳
The first stop on my eastern Canadian roadtrip was this composting toilet at Hopewell Rocks, NB, the site of the world’s highest tide
Here’s a different one! So my brother works for the railways in western Queensland and for my birthday he took this pic of a ‘train line shitta’ 😄 Best birthday photo ever, thanks bro! 🚽🚂💨