Disused public toilets in Merthyr go up for auction
Bidders are expected to spend more than just a penny as disused public toilets in Merthyr Tydfil go under the hammer on Thursday.
The former public convenience in North Street, Dowlais, owned by the council, will be auctioned with a guide price of £6,000.
Auctioneers Paul Fosh said the usual building could be turned into a cafe, shop or even a new home.
A second council-owned block, in Newport was withdrawn from the auction.
The Victorian Grade II-listed former men's loos in the Pill area of the city had been scheduled to be auctioned with a guide price of £4,000.