The Atlantic’s CityLab recently posted some late nineteenth-century designs for a Great Tower of London. The first one in the stack was a 1,355 foot sky scraping behemoth designed in Rochester USA…
Posts Tagged ‘London’...
Tags: architecture, Emily Morry, England, G.T. Otis, G.T. Otis and C.F. Crandall, General Elwell Stephen Otis, Great Tower in London, London, M.T. Otis, North Clinton Avenue, Otis Day, Otis Elevator Company, Rochester, Rochester NY, Rochester Public Library, Scientific American, Spanish-American War, YWCA, YWCA building
Posted in Architecture, Rochester History | 7 Comments »
Yet another reason to bring back the Rochester Subway… We’re missing out on No Pants Day! Hundreds of New Yorkers stripped down to their skivvies on Sunday for the ninth annual No Pants Subway Ride. The event, organized by a Guerilla group called Improv Everywhere, has grown from 7 or 8 people riding the NY Subway in 2002 to over 3,000 people taking part in 44 cities and 16 countries around the world.
Tags: Chicago, event, Facebook, Honolulu, Improv Everywhere, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, mass transit, mass transportation, New York, New York City, New York City Subway, No Pants Day, No Pants Subway Ride, NYC Subway, Pittsburg, Rochester Subway, Stockholm, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto, uffalo
Posted in New York City Subway, Rochester Subway, Subways Around the Globe | 1 Comment »