I’m back from my holidays and once again ready to resume high quality Cartoon Blog programming.
[Click on the image for the full sized version]
Today’s picture is a heavily fortified concrete portaloo, originally developed for use at music festivals back in the 1960s. It wasn’t long before the inventors realised that aerial bombardment was unlikely, so the plastic portaloos we know and love became predominant, although a few isolated concrete examples remained in use until the end of the cold war.
Another design flaw was the lack of a door.
3 Comments »
Share this on Facebook:
If you enjoyed this post you might also enjoy these (possibly)
If you liked this post why not send it to someone else by e-mail? Click here to do so.
This is a single post on the Cartoon Blog by Dave
posted on Sunday, October 30th, 2005 at 10:02 pm. Click here to read all of the latest posts.
Both comments and pings are currently closed.
Other things technologically advanced people may like to do: trackback from another site, follow responses via the comments feed, bookmark on del.icio.us or digg.