Historic underground toilets situated in Newcastle’s Bigg Market have been put on the market to be transformed into a bar, art gallery or takeaway.
The subterranean loos have been a city centre fixture for more than a century, but have been closed since April of this year.
Officials from Newcastle City Council are putting the toilets up for sale in the hope the structure can be put to good use.
Councillor Henri Murison, Newcastle City Council's Cabinet Minister for Quality of Life said: "This is a real structure of importance and significance for Newcastle.
“We are looking for people to convert it - everyone can have their two pennies as it were.
“There are all sorts of things you could do with it but we just want the best ideas.
“The location is phenomenal, probably one of the best locations in the city."
The public toilets have provided relief to generations of Geordie gentlemen since they were constructed in 1898.
Inside the famous site are 18 urinals, five cubicles, a cupboard and tiled walls and floor.
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