19 March 2013

Plumbing Photo Addendum

Having featured self-closing toilet seats and other water closet advances in earlier blog posts and having announced our leaking toilet in last Friday’s post, Plumbing and Me, I was confident you’d appreciate a more in-depth view.

A “before” view of the leaking toilet drain pipe.
(Vicki removed a ceiling board and took the photo.)
An “after” view of the plumber-replaced toilet drain pipe.
Since I’m on the topic and since our apartment is in a rather old structure, I thought you might like to see some really old toilets.
Ancient Roman toilets. (multiple websites)
Ancient toilets at Ostia Ruin near Rome.
(multiple websites)
Latrines along Hadrian’s Wall in Roman Britain.
(multiple websites, including Wikipedia)

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