Toilets closed. Vandalism.

Vandalism

Toilets closed. Vandalism.

At Angrignon Park, Montreal.


Downtown Eastside flea market

This is one of the most interesting markets I’ve ever come across.

The majority of the stallholders here at the Downtown Eastside Flea Market are part of the homeless community and make ends meet by buying & selling various wares along East Hastings St.

Here, a seller uses a portaloo to display his goods in lieu of a table:

Vancouver Street Market 1

And here is a public washroom at the southside of the market facing East Hastings St:

Vancouver Street Market 2

Vancouver Street Market 3


Parc Jean-Drapeau

Parc Jean-Drapeau

A row of men’s conveniences in the forest at Parc Jean-Drapeau


On the train

On the train

A very clean toilet on the VIA Rail train from Montreal to Toronto


A helpful pictogram

Helpful pictogram

 

A helpful pictogram on the wall at the Toronto Island Ferry Docks, in case you’re not sure how to flush


No doors, no seats, no toilet paper

No doors, no seats, no toilet paper

No doors / no seats / no toilet paper… what the hell kinda conveniences are these? At BMO Field in Toronto.


Toronto Island

Toronto Island

A slightly dilapidated public toilet on the otherwise gorgeous Toronto Islands


Cardwell mural

Cardwell mural

The further north you get in Queensland, the more colourful the toilet blocks. This one was at the carpark by the beach at Cardwell, around two hours north of Townsville.


Darling Harbour mosaic

Darling Harbour mosaic

I quite enjoyed this colourful mosaic on the walls of the Darling Harbour public toilet.


Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica Toilet

This toilet was right at the end of Santa Monica Pier; the cubicle walls were the colour of the ocean below.

And here is the beautiful Santa Monica beach!

Santa Monica Beach