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procyon: 27th Jan 2007 - 22:44 GMT
Nice to see it without all that scaffolding, even in a photograph. Is that ever going to come off?
EvilGentleman: 30th Jan 2007 - 17:15 GMT
My great-grandfather was an ironworker who fell to his death while working on the Terminal Tower in November 1929. I still have a lot of relatives who remain in the Cleveland area.
joey: 17th Jan 2010 - 04:51 GMT
have you seen the shaq and ben stein tv comcast triple play commercial from cleveland public square ? this month 2010
Franny Wentzel: 17th Jan 2010 - 16:59 GMT
A quick glance at the World Almanac notes...
Terminal Tower (1930) was 708' tall with 52 storeys
In NYC at the same time 40 Wall Street a rival to the Chrysler Bldg for worlds tallest was listed at 927' and 70 storeys
The Chrysler Building would go on to beat the Eiffel Tower as the tallest building in the world at 1046 feet and 77 storeys.
Incedentally the Woolworth Building of 1913 could still look down on the Terminal Tower from a height of 792' and 57 storeys
joey: 17th Jan 2010 - 17:01 GMT
in it you can see the old May Company building, and the Sohio, i mean BP Tower looming
Franny Wentzel: 17th Jan 2010 - 19:01 GMT
I still have a copy of The Great Gatsby bought at a Cleveland bookstore back in the '90s.
joey: 17th Jan 2010 - 21:37 GMT
i love that book. have read it a few times over the years. same with cannery row .
joey: 14th Apr 2010 - 01:32 GMT
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