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|The Queen's Tower, Imperial College|
|Knightsbridge, Kensington and chelsea|
London ENG United Kingdom
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Built in 1887 and designed by Thomas Colcut, The Queen's Tower is the last part of the Imperial Institute still standing after the rest of the building was demolished during the 1950s expansion of the Imperial College.
The tower was saved and strengthened to become a free-standing structure.
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