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Bricklaying JLP01_08_087537
Bricklaying JLP01_08_087537
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Runway construction JLP01_08_008198
Runway construction JLP01_08_008198
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Drilling JLP01_08_010349a
Drilling JLP01_08_010349a
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Reinforcing a floor slab JLP01_01_147_48
Reinforcing a floor slab JLP01_01_147_48
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Construction work JLP01_08_044355
Construction work JLP01_08_044355
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Bricklaying JLP01_08_054620
Bricklaying JLP01_08_054620
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Road building MOT01_01_34
Road building MOT01_01_34
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Bricklaying JLP01_08_087537 Featured Image

Bricklaying JLP01_08_087537

Royal Scot Hotel, King's Cross Road, Islington, Greater London. Bricklayers at work building the interior walls of the Royal Scot Hotel during its construction.
Construction of the seven-storey Royal Scot Hotel at Percy Circus began in 1970. The structure was built of loadbearing brickwork in order to avoid a chain reaction in the case of wall collapse due to fire or explosion. Large quantities of bricks were therefore needed, which were delivered from Woodside Brickworks in Norwood and the Redland brick company in Horsham. The topping out ceremony was held on 23rd March 1972 and the hotel was officially opened on 14th November 1972. When it opened, the hotel had just fewer than 350 bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, as well as a restaurant, coffee shop, cocktail bar and lounge bar, a functions suite, and car park

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