Both are found in Alscot Park, near Stratford, and were made by Warwickshire luxury lavatory manufacturer Thomas Crapper & Co.
Although Thomas Crapper & Co were originally based in the King's Road in Chelsea, the firm hit upon hard times, before being saved by Simon Kirby, who moved the company to Alscot Park.
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And now Thomas Crapper could well be heading back to his favourite racecourse - Cheltenham - next week in a bid to flush out another success.
Named after the man who might not have invented the flush toilet but did much to increase the popularity of the instrument and invented the ballcock, Thomas Crapper has made a pleasing start to his career over fences, finishing third at Cheltenham on his seasonal re-appearance and then ran a cracker at Warwick this week.