Lloyds Interior


Ps of the interior of the Lloyds Building                   
The escalators ... with the workings visible A view down from 11th floor
The Lutine Bell in a modern interior The loss book is still written with a quill pen
The 1912 Loss Book with the entry for the sinking of the Titanic
Committee Room, an 18th century dining-room designed for the 2nd Earl of Shelburne by Robert Adam in 1763
It was transferred piece-by-piece from the previous (1958) Lloyd's building across the road. Painting by Terence Cuneo on the wall
Another painting at teh foot of teh stairs .... ... which lead to the Directors' Offices
War Memorial Architects Model

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