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leaberphotos:  If you take a flower in your hand and really

leaberphotos: If you take a flower in your hand and really

PUBLIC COMFORT: Early 20th Century Portland Oregon provided a pair of underground restrooms. The mens room was around the corner. Notice the narrow stairwell and the open windows near the roof line.

Restroom Entrance, 1912

PUBLIC COMFORT: Early 20th Century Portland Oregon provided a pair of underground restrooms. The mens room was around the corner. Notice the narrow stairwell and the open windows near the roof line.

Historical house (public bathroom) on Mt. Tabor in Portland, Oregon.

Historical house (public bathroom) on Mt. Tabor in Portland, Oregon.

The Portland Loo Public Restroom in Downtown - Portland, OR

The Portland Loo Public Restroom in Downtown - Portland, OR

Emser Tile ‬ ‪#‎homedecor‬ ‪#‎classic‬ ‪#‎look‬ ‪#‎mosaic‬ ...

Emser Tile ‬ ‪#‎homedecor‬ ‪#‎classic‬ ‪#‎look‬ ‪#‎mosaic‬ ...

The Stone House Forest Park Portland Oregon.  This is an artist's rendition of Stone House but when the tree's are completely leafed out and the spring rains come and the weather warms up, the moss and fern's growing on the balusters look just like this.

The Stone House Forest Park Portland Oregon. This is an artist's rendition of Stone House but when the tree's are completely leafed out and the spring rains come and the weather warms up, the moss and fern's growing on the balusters look just like this.

Old Stone Structure in Forest Park, Portland, OR Built by the Water Progress Administration in the early 1900's.  Building served as public restrooms until it was heavily vandalized.  Here the Wildwood Trail intersects with Lower Macleay Trail along Balch Creek in Forest Park.

Old Stone Structure in Forest Park, Portland, OR Built by the Water Progress Administration in the early 1900's. Building served as public restrooms until it was heavily vandalized. Here the Wildwood Trail intersects with Lower Macleay Trail along Balch Creek in Forest Park.

Congratulations to the Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland, Oregon for being named the “Expansion/Renovation Project of the Year" by the North American Association of Club Athletic Directors. LATICRETE was chosen to provide all the tile and stone installation materials. Click the link below to check out the rest of the story!

Congratulations to the Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland, Oregon for being named the “Expansion/Renovation Project of the Year" by the North American Association of Club Athletic Directors. LATICRETE was chosen to provide all the tile and stone installation materials. Click the link below to check out the rest of the story!

By far the the most awesome public restroom building I gave ever seen. Portland Rose Gardens.

By far the the most awesome public restroom building I gave ever seen. Portland Rose Gardens.

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