The steady rolling hum of mechanical drums, the clatter of a dryer on spin cycle, the hypnotic tumble of wet clothes and soap suds against glass, and the delightful smell of washing powder and fabric softener.
Launderettes were once a common sight in English towns and cities, but they are fast disappearing from our urban landscape. There are still a few of these unspoiled gems around, but perhaps not for long. We should enjoy them while we can.
GB / England / Southport / 2016