Lid lifts on Plumbing Museum
"No more trips to the shed outside
housed indoors with pomp and pride.
No more clatter beneath the bed
enshrined in its own little room instead."
Such are lines from a poem about Thomas Crapper, an English inventor of toilet-related products whose name has become synonymous with toilets...
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Damon Butler, left, and Joe Ramirez chatted at the grand opening of the Plumbing Museum in Watertown. Butler and Ramirez are part of the Artists for Humanity, a group of Boston based artists who created all the graphics and design for the museum.