How does An Outhouse Work?


An outhouse does not have any moving parts. It is a large hole that has been dug in the ground which is where the waste goes. Some outhouses have a toilet seat on an elevated wooden platform. Others just have a hole cut in the wood.
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How Does an Outhouse Work?
Outhouses are outdoor toilets that are not connected to plumbing systems. Areas such as farms and locations far from city utilities often use outhouses as an only option for a toilet. Outhouses were the traditional toilets before plumbing was invented.... More »
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