Tower 42

Tower 42
Tower 42
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Tower 42, at 600 ft., was the tallest skyscraper in the City of London, until the Heron Tower at 663 ft opened 2011. Designed by Richard Seifert and opened in 1980, it was originally built for the National Westminster Bank, and then known as the NatWest Tower, its footprint closely resembles that of the NatWest Bank logo.

Address: 25 Old Broad Street, EC2

Nearby Stations: Liverpool Street Station, Fenchurch Street Station

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