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Saturday 6 October 2007 9.52am
Check this out...

Not my photo. It's courtesy of a guy called Diliff on Wikipedia. And be warned - it's a VERY large image! 17 megabytes, so you'll need a decent broadband connection.
Saturday 6 October 2007 10.17am
so is he/she at the top of st paul's cathedral then?
Saturday 6 October 2007 7.41pm
the view from my flat, not ! very impressive actually. thanks for that link.
Sunday 7 October 2007 5.35pm
WOW....its a 17Mb photo...but will worth the wait to download!
Sunday 7 October 2007 7.37pm
Blimey, my mindset certainly hasn't caught up with "fast-track construction". The last time I was walking around the Carter Lane area south of St Paul's Cathedral - which I've just realised must have been almost two years ago! - there was still a Victorian post office waiting to be demolished not the eight storey concrete frame of its replacement.

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It is fascinating how that picture shows clearly how Faraday House (the copper roofed monstrosity on Queen Victoria Street) and Unilever House (north west side of Blackfriars Bridge) exceed the "St Pauls Heights" that all the subsequent buildings were forced to follow.
Monday 8 October 2007 8.15am
Great pic, thanks for the link.

ps - do I have the fastest broadband link? Downloaded all 17MB of it to my desktop in 28 seconds!

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