Toilets Of Manchester Tour.

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toilet tour 003 The bridge next to The Lass O Gowrie was the site of the Oldest ‘Pissotiere’

Can you think of a more unusual way to spend a few pennies ( Tee Hee ) than booking a walking tour round the old toilets of Manchester?? My friend Fi decided to do just that for her Birthday recently…..and it proved to be a very interesting way to while away a couple of hours. 🙂 Billed as the cities ‘ most convenient tour’ this guided walk explores the history of Manchester’s use of toilets, from the Industrial Revolution onwards.

We met up with our tour guide and the rest of the group ( which included a band of poo enthusiasts ! ) at The Lass O Gowrie Public House on Charles street , just off Oxford Road. This old tiled Real Ales pub is situated on the site of the oldest ‘Pissotiere’ in Manchester…

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