Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Early Tomorrowland Exhibits: The Crane Bathroom of Tomorrow

It’s a day of being stingy, as I present only 1 new image to represent the Crane Plumbing Bathroom of Tomorrow, which opened on April 5, 1956 and was also called Fun With Water. It featured a display of citrus yellow "Criterion" fixtures, designed by Henry Dreyfuss. The last part of this exhibit was called "Industrial Flow Control,” which was a display of "Valves in Industry," where guests could use the valves to control the flow of water in a colorful display of transparent “pipes.”

This previously posted image of the Spaceman shows the entrance to this "attraction." The Crane Bathroom of Tomorrow became part of the past when it closed on August 31, 1965.

See more vintage & current Tomorrowland photos at my regular website.


ICanHasPixieDust DisneyLOLS said...

I wonder how many Guests entered saying, "'Bathroom of Tomorrow'? But I need to use it TODAY!!"
-Rich Koster

Katella Gate said...

It may be the "bathroom of tomorrow", but I know it still doesn't have a bidet.

Major Pepperidge said...

Just because you didn't post 20 images doesn't make today's post "stingy"!

George Taylor said...

I love the ladies in the heels! Was there a Powder Room of Next Week?


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