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Unisex at Greenfield

Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 8 December 2009 in Transportation and Portfolio.

At Greenfield Station on the line from Leeds and Huddersfield to Stalybridge and Manchester Victoria, the disabled toilets are unisex and are accessible to those who hold a RADAR key.

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sylvia from Seattle, United States

Certainly makes sense to me! Great idea -- just hope they've make sufficient room for the wheel chairs -- I worked with the disabled in an Independent Living program and in those days, if you were in a wheelchair, you were out of luck finding a restroom that would/could accomodate you!



8 Dec 2009 7:44pm

Rinkly Rimes from Australia

What ever is a RADAR key? It sounds like WW2!

8 Dec 2009 7:52pm

@Rinkly Rimes: click on the link I provided to find out!

Sherry from United States

Great U...if I ever I travel I best be doing some reasearch. I will need keys...

9 Dec 2009 4:44am

Roger Green from United States

Most of the unisex bathrooms in the US I've seen are for the disabled and/or for those who might be changing diapers

9 Dec 2009 5:57pm

@Roger Green: we call them nappies - in shopping centres and the like such rooms are called "Baby Changing Rooms" and are NEVER combined with a disabled toilet!

Rose from United States

I remember encountering my first unisex bathroom in Paris. Rather an unnerving experience:) A unique post for today!

9 Dec 2009 8:28pm

@Rose: here at least only one person can use it at once (OK two could get in together) - I remember the embarrasment of having to use open urinals in Hamburg!

jay from United Kingdom

Yep, that works for 'U' - but I'd rather my facilities were separate. LOL!

9 Dec 2009 9:21pm

@jay: The disabled toilets here are almost always unisex but usually not specifically labelled as such.

Panasonic DMC-FZ18
1/200 second
ISO 100
28 mm (35mm equiv.)