Well, there is one in the attic. The "attic" is actually setup as an apartment with a sleeping room, kitchen, and bathroom. Only the second floor bathroom is original to the house. The others were added later. The second floor bathroom still has all its original tile and fixtures, too, including an original Douglas toilet that has the flusher on the bottom of the tank that you pull up like a parking brake lever when you're finished. It also uses 7 gallons per flush... Yikes!!! Too bad the tank cover is broken in two and would be like finding a needle in a haystack to find a replacement on such antique stuff.
We just had to replace our toilet. Seems our 3 1/2 year old daughter decided she wanted to look at the water in the tank. So she lifted the lid...
She dropped the lid right into the tank and put a nice sized hole in the bottom. If the loud noise of the lid landing in the tank didn't startle her enough, the gushing water she couldn't stop certainly put her over the top in hysterics! My wife heard all of this and came running up from doing laundry in the basement to find our daughter screaming in the middle of the hallway, water flowing down the hallway and water still gushing out of the toilet!
She went out and got a new toilet that afternoon and we tried to replace it but could not get the tank on enough so when the kids woke up the next morning they found a toilet with a "Do Not Use" sign on the lid (and it was taped down for good measure), and a bucket with the old toilet's lid on it next to it!
Thankfully we were able to get it together last night!