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Terry S


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Registered: December 2011
Location: Southend on Sea, Essex, England UK
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Printed from a negative taken from the files, which was taken in the early 1980ís, whilst on a college trip to the City of London.


The Lloyds building was not long open I believe and Iím not sure that the public are even allowed in it today.


Taken with my trusty but heavy Praktica MTL5B, and taken on Ilford FP4 and developed in Ilford Ilfosol.


Printed just about full frame, on the new Ilford MG V RC pearl paper, and developed in home mixed, teaspoon formula, D72.
Date: Sat, 5, September, 2020 ∑ Views: 115
Filesize: 73.2kb, 101.9kbDimensions: 900 x 599 ∑
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Keywords: Lloyds building, City of London, Praktica, MTLB, FP4, MG V, teaspoon formula, D72
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford FP4
Film developer & temp:: Ilford Iflosol
Paper:: Ilford MG V Pearl
Paper developer & temp:: Home mixed teaspoon formula D72

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alexmuir
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Sun, 6, September, 2020 12:16pm

That is a nice image,Terry. It has the look of a set for a sci-fi film.
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Terry S
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Sun, 6, September, 2020 12:48pm

I agree Alex, and a few other people who have seen it say similar. Smile


I have just tried again to find out further details about visiting the interior of the building and have found a few mentions that 'the building is visited by tourists', but can find no mention if that is just to see the exterior of it, or whether they can still go inside, as I did.


I also managed to find one colour picture of the interior of the building. When compared to mine, it appears that my picture is a central and horizontal slice of the following picture:


https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fe/Lloyd%27s_building_interior.jpg


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Mon, 7, September, 2020 6:59pm

Proper view on a labyrinth where I could get lost. Some think of them as temples. ;-)
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