'Trainspotting' horror toilet transformed into award winning café

'Trainspotting' horror toilet transformed into award winning café
 

A derelict public toilet in Waterloo is now home to an award winning arts’ café.
Buisnesswoman Angela Pooley spent £250,000 on transforming the old toilets at the bottom of South Road, which was once a haven for louts.
Waterloo Place café and gallery is now frequented by cyclists, walkers and tourists visiting the area, which is home to Antony Gormley’s famous Iron Men.
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Earlier this year Angela was highly commended at the Local Authority Building Control Awards for the conversion project.
The café, which opened last year, serves... read more

 
15 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 32
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