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    I think he, hopefully, is referring to knocking...

    I think he, hopefully, is referring to knocking down post war 'old' and not pre war old. Otherwise I have no idea why he is referring to London.
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    Isn't it just a picture before Woolworth was...

    Isn't it just a picture before Woolworth was constructed?
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    That's what I was thinking.

    That's what I was thinking.
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    It would take true ignorance to ignore how easily...

    It would take true ignorance to ignore how easily threads get off topic because of these type of posts in reference to London. Especially when they are to 'disprove' something that hasn't been said...
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    Stroika, I am trying to 'turn the dial down' by...

    Stroika, I am trying to 'turn the dial down' by stopping petty tit-for-tat posts. Yes the post was interesting, I didn't say that it wasn't. It is my opinion that it has no context here. The post,...
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    Yawn. I may be wrong, but that just seems like a...

    Yawn. I may be wrong, but that just seems like a petty dig Derek. Not really sure why it is posted here. There are many London threads. I wish there could be amicable, mutual respect for these two...
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    I'm not questioning the worthiness of the...

    I'm not questioning the worthiness of the building. I am shocked that a landmark can be allowed to fall into such disrepair. Disgusting.
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    For the love of god. And that building is...

    For the love of god. And that building is landmarked...
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    Why was the older one destroyed?

    Why was the older one destroyed?
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    I agree wholeheartedly LL, I meant that NY's...

    I agree wholeheartedly LL, I meant that NY's golden age is gone though it still looks amazing in many places, namely downtown. NY the best place on earth for skyscrapers.
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    Pity I wasnt there to see that NY golden age...

    Pity I wasnt there to see that NY golden age because its truely gone. Maybe in a past life, I hope.
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    Why?! :(

    Why?! :(
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    That made me laugh ;)

    That made me laugh ;)
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    Castle, fortress, they arent an America typology....

    Castle, fortress, they arent an America typology. The defenses on that building are stylistic only, defensive buildings like that went out of functionality with the bow and arrow.
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    While I like the old armoury I have disdain for...

    While I like the old armoury I have disdain for buildings in the US that try to look like castles.
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    Everything to the right of Helmsley is blocked...

    Everything to the right of Helmsley is blocked out by the Lincoln building as far as I can see.
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    Which is? Any images?

    Which is? Any images?
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