A visit to the Speedwash Laundromat in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts.
An eclectic assortment of functional and non-functional laundry machines await you at this charming laundromat, located in the shadow of the Bourne Bridge at the Cape Cod Canal. Unfortunately, the largest machine, a 75 pound capacity Wascomat W244, was out of order this particular day. However three, 50 pound capacity, Wascomat W184’s are prominently featured in their wash and extract cycles.
The lineup of other equipment at the Speed Wash Laundromat gives the launderer plenty of choices. From various other sizes of Wascomat Junior, Senior, and Giant washers to nostalgic top-loading Maytags, you’re sure to find a machine that will match the personality of each load of laundry.
When it’s time to dry, there’s also a dizzying variety of dryers to choose from. Though all approximately the same size, there are various models manufactured by Speed Queen, WascoDry, American Dryer Corporation, Hoyt, and many, many more.
Among the non-working machines are another W184 with no front door, a Wascomat WE16, and two rare Hoyt Windsor I dryers in spectacular Harvest Gold!
The staff at the Speed Wash Laundromat are very pleasant, eager to offer laundry advice, and are always standing by ready to help in the (unlikely) event a machine you’re using malfunctions.
Whether you’re in need of serious laundry washing, or simply looking for an interlude of light entertainment on your way to or from Cape Cod, you’re certain to have a great time visiting the Speed Wash Laundromat, 267 Main Street, Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts.
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