As we were in the general area, I thought everyone would like to see the laundry. And Iím very glad that we
decided to take the time to look at it.
We didnít enter the laundry by our previous route, taking the short corridor halfway down to Top-To-Toe,
then cutting into the laundry by the room with the scales and large wheeled containers.
Instead, we took a very derelict path through fallen roofing materials and found ourselves outside these two
cast iron doors. Set on wheels, they were more suited to a food store than the laundry.
(The 1888 plans refered to this room as a drying closet -
which really doesn't explain those doors.)