While we weren't allowed to take any photos once inside, I dig snag a few pictures in the atrium. For 1970s office towers, the East and West blocks were pretty cool, but I was a little disappointed to see that renovations had robbed the old building of many of its art deco details. The fully restored boardroom was a beautiful exception.
I love these LED light bulbs!
I also saw the Fleet Street Pumping Station.
Built in 1874, it is still pumping 40% of the city's drinking water, all powered by the force of river water running through its aqueduct.