under the hammer British Waterways museum old public convenience superior quality toilet turnstiles multiple coin box options smart card monitor the throughput of an access control pointGoing under the hammer are a 1960s school building, a former branch of Lloyds TSB with an English Heritage preservation order, a former British Waterways museum and lock keepers’ cottage… and an old public convenience. You could say loocation, loocation, loocation for this most unusual set of buildings in Birmingham being sold off by the city’s council. The stripped-out disused toilet block where visitors used to spend a penny now has a £30,000 guide price attached to it.

Toilet Turnstiles’ superior quality access control toilet turnstiles offer multiple coin box options. Working alongside our partners Tensor’s smart card and access control products, your turnstile can be used to monitor the throughput of an access control point as well as reporting on staff’s time and attendance. The turnstiles give full jurisdiction over movement around your reception area, site or public facility such as a toilet block. For more information on a turnstile, barrier or gate from Toilet Turnstiles, please contact our sales team.

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