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Stuart0742

Our local public toilets at Low Edges terminus have been turned into a cafe. Somehow, no matter how inviting the aroma of the bacon is I just can`t bring myself to go in. W/E.

This is the Google view of the Low Edges toilets.

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Closed down gents toilet on the corner of Rutland Rd/Neepsend lane.

Google SV.

I thought it about time this topic got an airing

The rear view from Rutland Rd Bridge looks a bit precarious

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I thought it about time this topic got an airing

The rear view from Rutland Rd Bridge looks a bit precarious

Is this so that the toilets can flush directly out underneath?

What exactly is directly underneath these toilets that seem to hang over the edge of a bridge?

A river?

Then thats the sewage problem solved.

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Is this so that the toilets can flush directly out underneath?

What exactly is directly underneath these toilets that seem to hang over the edge of a bridge?

A river?

Then thats the sewage problem solved.

I did say the rear view was from Rutland rd bridge, yes it is the River Don below the toilets

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I did say the rear view was from Rutland rd bridge, yes it is the River Don below the toilets

Moral of this story

Don't swim or play in the River Don near Rutland Road Bridge lol

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Don't swim or play in the River Don near Rutland Road Bridge lol

You are ok now the bogs are closed, however if you swim upstream the are loads of bushes to cause you problems, now that is a pet hate of mine, overgrown bushes, but that's for another topic lol

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You are ok now the bogs are closed, however if you swim upstream the are loads of bushes to cause you problems, now that is a pet hate of mine, overgrown bushes, but that's for another topic lol

But those bushes have only grown so big due to the high levels of fertiliser being applied to them by people using those bogs lol

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Facilities in Deepcar and Stocksbridge past and present

Top of Vaunton Hill Deepcar - Closed no longer there - Unisex thingy close by.

Bottom of Clock Tower steps - Closed no longer there.

In the old car park oposite the Coach and Horses - Closed no longer there. Unisex thingy on Manchester Road.

Manchester road outside Victory Club - Still Open.

Corner of Unsliven Road and Manchester Road - Closed no longer there.

Moorland Drive next to Inman Pavilion - Closed no longer there.

Bolsterstone on Stone Moor Road - Still open.

That is it of the top of my head.

Dave

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Facilities in Deepcar and Stocksbridge past and present

Top of Vaunton Hill Deepcar - Closed no longer there - Unisex thingy close by.

Bottom of Clock Tower steps - Closed no longer there.

In the old car park oposite the Coach and Horses - Closed no longer there. Unisex thingy on Manchester Road.

Manchester road outside Victory Club - Still Open.

Corner of Unsliven Road and Manchester Road - Closed no longer there.

Moorland Drive next to Inman Pavilion - Closed no longer there.

Bolsterstone on Stone Moor Road - Still open.

That is it of the top of my head.

Dave

Thanks Dave W, the present map does not go out as far as Stocksbridge, I will sort that at the weekend, then its just a matter of finding the locations

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Facilities in Deepcar and Stocksbridge past and present

Top of Vaunton Hill Deepcar - Closed no longer there - Unisex thingy close by.

Bottom of Clock Tower steps - Closed no longer there.

In the old car park oposite the Coach and Horses - Closed no longer there. Unisex thingy on Manchester Road.

Manchester road outside Victory Club - Still Open.

Corner of Unsliven Road and Manchester Road - Closed no longer there.

Moorland Drive next to Inman Pavilion - Closed no longer there.

Bolsterstone on Stone Moor Road - Still open.

That is it of the top of my head.

Dave

Looks like DaveW has been on a "Toilet tour" in North West Sheffield similar to the one that DaveH did in South East Sheffield.

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Looks like DaveW has been on a "Toilet tour" in North West Sheffield similar to the one that DaveH did in South East Sheffield.

You two Daves will be getting arrested ;-)

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One for the ladies or should I say 'was for the ladies' :)

Inside the entrance gates of Norfolk Park, Granville Road.

O/S map #98

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i remember using some on weedon street opposite the bridge pub,

© Crown Copyright 1954, Reproduced by kind permission of the Ordnance Survey

Link to map No. 174

It was here then. :)

Google Street view

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A man was taken short on Brightside Lane. :huh:

He remembered the WC by the Bridge. :)

When he got there it had gone. :o

Weed on street. :rolleyes:

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One for the ladies or should I say 'was for the ladies' :)

Inside the entrance gates of Norfolk Park, Granville Road.

O/S map #98

The "one for the gentlemen" was on the opposite side of the entrance gate almost behind the gatehouse lodge just inside the park off Granville Road.

{Sure I posted this reply earlier but it seems to have "disappeared" into cyberspace, - must be the gremlins at work again.}

There was a time when there were 3 sets of ladies / gents toilets in Norfolk Park

The ones on Granville Road referred to above

The ones behind the old cafe near the childrens amausements

The ones at the bottom of the long avenue which lead out of the park onto Norfolk Park Road.

Although I am sure they will have been replaced with more modern conveniences in the new Heritage Park none of these original toilets still exist for that purpose.

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The "one for the gentlemen" was on the opposite side of the entrance gate almost behind the gatehouse lodge just inside the park off Granville Road.

{Sure I posted this reply earlier but it seems to have "disappeared" into cyberspace, - must be the gremlins at work again.}

There was a time when there were 3 sets of ladies / gents toilets in Norfolk Park

The ones on Granville Road referred to above

The ones behind the old cafe near the childrens amausements

The ones at the bottom of the long avenue which lead out of the park onto Norfolk Park Road.

Although I am sure they will have been replaced with more modern conveniences in the new Heritage Park none of these original toilets still exist for that purpose.

This is all that remains of the gents that was once on the limes avenue

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This is all that remains of the gents that was once on the limes avenue

Anyone old enough to remember the large coin operated brass locks on the toilet doors. W/E.

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Anyone old enough to remember the large coin operated brass locks on the toilet doors. W/E.

Do I need to answer that WE ? :)

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Anyone old enough to remember the large coin operated brass locks on the toilet doors. W/E.

If I remember correctly, the 'underground' toilets in Fitzalan Square had those large brass locks on the doors.

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Is he exempt or his he relieved? lol

As relieved could be another meaning of exempt, and if he ever finds a photo of that trolley bus on City Road, he may then well be flushed with success, W/E.

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