This book gives a glimpse of a London in 1965, still largely stuck in the 1930s. Who would have thought you would be allowed to use the toilet for free, but have to pay to look in the mirror? And the number of facilities for men far outweigh those provided for women. One recommendation comes from a Miss Jennifer Paterson - could she be a 'Fat Lady' in later life, I wonder? This is a fascinating insight into the variety of public conveniences (including the super-luxurious) to be found around London, with pithy and revealing commentary throughout. A very entertaining read.