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Reconstruction of Floors in Victoria Tower Houses of Parliament

This paper describes how the accommodation in the Victoria Tower has been increased, without appreciably increasing the load on the walls and foundations by the removal of a number of floors carried on cast-iron beams and columns and their replacement by a larger number of floors of modern construction. R. W. Frost

Author(s): Frost, R W

Keywords: victoria tower, houses of parliament, london;floors;steel;replacing