A ‘Temple of Relief’

The green painted Victorian Gent’s ‘Pissoir’ in Vyse Street (right next to the railway station), known as ‘The Temple of Relief’ and Listed by English Heritage was made at the Walter Macfarlane foundry in Saracen, Scotland in 1880. It is described as: ‘a cast iron gents urinal formed of standard cast panels between slender columns,…

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