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With the sink drain in another photo...

Open Air Museum, Kommern, Euskirchen, NRW, Germany

2011
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Dilubreuer

Welcome Hanne!

Elfie

This is wonderful and VERY advanced.. thanks Lunie! :-)))

Dilubreuer

Where is the summer house now?

mackabroin

we used to have a pump indoors at our summer house when I was young.....and going there after being home was fun...to pump....but we didn't have to do the dishes and etc......thanks..again

Dilubreuer

Welcome robin...we still have them in some rural areas of the Philippines.

mackabroin

it is so neat.....so rustic.......takes pictures like this to make us aware of our running water....thanks....

Dilubreuer

Thanks Dianne!

Diannepuzzle

Interesting !

Dilubreuer

Welcome Sis!

Dilubreuer

Glad you are Jan. Always a pleasure to make such moments in other peoples lives.

Dilubreuer

I should have taken a photo of mom's dirty kitchen Suzy, still with this kind of sink.

Dilubreuer

We had this when i was a kid too JM...no stopper, to contain the water, we used a small basin.

Dilubreuer

You are right lockcutter...or shall i say, ours is better than before?

jacki2

i agree with suzy. thanks sis.

jan42ful

Simple but effective! Thanks for these olden days photos, Lunie and Didi, I'm enjoying them. Hugs.

pumpkinhead

So simple, and did what it needed to do. Now folks need all sorts of fancified things in their kitchens. I prefer this. Thank you, Lunie.

JM_Cookie

I wonder what they used for a Stopper to hold the water in?

lockcutter

Every time I see how "things use to be" I'm so glad for what I have.

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