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June 03, 2007



How do you like the clash of modern architecture - like the lloyds building (it's the one with all the guts on the outside) and the classic?

And -- if the sydnham houses were built in the 1860's, what's the plumbing situation? I saw a show once where a row of london homes all had the toilets outside in the garden, like a shed attahced to the house.


No outside facilities any more--the houses have all added bathrooms by partiioning a room or using a smaller room. All the drain/vent plumbing is visible on the outside of the houses. There is a central sewage system that the houses are hooked to.

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