Johnson’s London Dictionary: Post Office Tower

POST OFFICE TOWER (n.) Peculiar struckture that doth disappear from view the closer one aporoaches, despite much branding it is not yet known as the BT Tower.

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6 thoughts on “Johnson’s London Dictionary: Post Office Tower”

  1. I still call it the GPO Tower. I took my first wife there in the 1970s for a birthday meal. The restaurant was run by Butlin’s, so the food was ‘average’. The views of London at night were great though.
    Cheers, Pete.


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