toilets at a rail station Crossrail coin operated turnstiles public conveniences integrated payment control access Backbenchers hoping to sneak ‘forty winks’ were no doubt woken up by forthright language an MP used to plead for toilets at a rail station. MP Emily Thornberry made the plea regarding Crossrail, the new line across London. She said: "However, will the minister join me in urging Crossrail to build some toilets at Farringdon station? At the end of the day men p**s against everything round here." No members raised the matter with Speaker John Bercow, who did not comment.

Toilet Turnstiles would be a good partner for rail or any other companies wanting to install secure and tough coin operated turnstiles for their public conveniences. With integrated payment systems they offer a fantastic way to control access alongside a hardwearing and stylish finish. The coin mechanism can be programmed for virtually any combination of coins with a secure cash box to hold the coins. Perfect for high volumes of traffic, opting for the double turnstile model would vastly increase flow at busy railway stations.

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