Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Creative Cities Task force to reverse 1956 decision in honour of London's 150th

From London's most famous cheering section:

MAY 9, 1956.

Market Square comfort station torn down

The comfort station, a longstanding London landmark on the east side of Covent Garden Market, is demolished to make way for a new parking building. The grey stone structure, with walls 12 inches thick, crumples from the weight of an 800-pound wrecking hammer.
As London city councillor, I would propose demolishing the JLC in favour of a more productive and profitable endeavour: a parking lot.