In the 15th century a large public latrine stood on the West Quay, south of the West Gate at the south end of the stretch of wall which now holds a public viewing platform. At this point in the wall formerly stood a tower named after this latrine. In the 16th century this was renamed Coopers' Tower and in the 17th century, the Shoemakers’ Tower.


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