Latest progress on the Orbit towerJuly 13, 2011 Galleries, Photography, Your 2012
Time is ticking away before the 20 images that will make up the Your 2012 free photography exhibition go on display dealing with the impact of the construction of the Olympic Park in Stratford, east London. Come along and see it when it starts at the Museum of London Docklands on the 22nd of July 2011 and see some awesome pictures.
One of the buildings we will be showing in the exhibition is the Orbit Tower. Below you can see an image showing the next exciting phase of development of its construction with winding structures now being built around the central frame. When it is fully constructed it will be a staggering 115 metres high. This will make it even taller than the Statue of Liberty which by way of contrast is only 93 metres high.
If you would like to learn more about the Olympic site than I recommend that you come along to our next Olympic tour called ‘Walk the Olympic Way’ that we will be offering on Wednesday July 27th from 2.30pm – 4pm.
Finally come and check in again for a couple of extraordinary photos from the ‘Your 2012′ photography exhibition itself next week.