London would be a flatter place without Lifts: Liveryman David Cooper

The first skyscraper (for present purposes, a building over 100 metres in height) within the City of London boundary was the original St Paul’s Cathedral, the spire of which was 150 metres tall and the tallest building in London from 1310 to 1666 when it succumbed to the Great Fire of London. After a short … Continued