Daily Telegraph Building - Fleet Street, London, UK

Thomas Smith Tait
Date Built
1927 - 1928
135 - 141 Fleet Street
The building is described as having a "monumental facade" with Egyptian decoration.  The Telegraph moved out of the building in the 1980s.  The building is known as Peterborough House and is occupied by Goldman Sachs International.

The building is decorated with a lot of art deco features.

The Mercuries above the door (see below) were created by the sculptor A. Oakley.

There are two decorative winged masks on the building created by Samuel Rabin, entitled "The Past" and "The Future" (see below).

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