New (unopened) toilets, Barassie Shore, Troon
Updated August 29th, 2019
This was taken in late August and still no sign of it opening to the public - so it's now too late
for the summer season and right up to past the August bank holiday.
The building has been seemingly complete since early July, 2019.
There is no indiaction of when (or if) it will ever open.
This was taken in mid August and so far there's no sign of it opening to the public but
at least the construction buildings have been cleared.
The only change in the last four weeks seems to be that the pile of earth nearby has been
moved nearer to the temporary toilets.
Late July 2019. No obvious progress on view.
From much further back and showing the site in context with the shore and the town of Troon.
With luck the next project will be to level the car-parking area. While taking these photographs a car
lost a front spoiler on the rough ground.
The entrance doors are at the inshore side, next to the road.
Now almost finished.
From further south and showing the works across the road to add in drains etc
The top two images on the main page were taken on 25th May, 2019.
Work seems to be progressing.
In mid-April 2019 the roof has been added.
From the slope on the roof facing west we guess that there will be solar panels fitted.
Looking closer in and from a little to the right.
The patch of new (unlined) tarmac on the road in these newer photographs shows where the piping has been added.
Moving closer in.
Almost overhead at an early stage of construction.