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The BT Tower

The Postmaster General (1964-1966), Anthony Wedgwood Benn (1925-2014), said that the Post Office Tower symbolised 20th-century Britain. Lean, practical and futuristic, it epitomised the technical and architectural skills of the second industrial revolution.

The restaurant leased to Butlin's was known as 'topofthetower' and was located on the 34th floor, giving spectacular views to the diners.

The Tower is NOT open to the public. All visits are by special invitation only.

Image: BT Tower © LSA 2008
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The BT Tower
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The Post Office Tower
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