The Temple: a Bar that was Once a Toilet

A below-ground public toilet built in the Victorian era in Manchester, England, could have been abandoned or filled in, as so many others have been. But this one found new life in modern times as a bar! It first opened as "The Temple of Convenience," harking back to its original purpose. Now called simply The Temple, it is one of the city's most popular night spots. See more pictures at Urban Ghosts. Link

(Image credit: Thomas Nugent)

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