Monday, February 7, 2011

Civilized Toronto/Adelaide and Toronto Street

The intersection of Toronto and Adelaide Street in 1912. There were several public lavatories throughout the city then and are probably still there, buried under the pavement.
The interior. It's a shame that the city is unable to provide "Public Necessaries" in these modern times. Everyone's got to go on occasion. They have them in New York City.

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