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Default The Empire State Building, New York City – April 2007 - 28-07-2010, 17:56

Completed in 1931 and with 102 stories the Empire State building is one hell of a building. When I was peering out of the windows & stood on the viewing platform the views were the best I had ever seen.

I'm writing this just over three years after I went too NYC, Since then I have seen a few skylines in the U.K after a year of exploring but it would seem wrong not to add the views of this one.

I'll go back one day, Climb the bridges too.

It was the world’s tallest building for over 40 years until the twin towers were built. It was designed by William Lamb, using 3400 people to build it. It contains 73 lifts and over 6000 windows...





















Good time & a great trip, Gone...
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