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13 August 2016

Duncan MacDonald  
Jakarta    11   October   2016  

    British   Library     St   Pancras     Kings   Cross                         

2-British Library

      British   Library       Kings   Cross                  

3-Fortnum Mason

  Fortnum  &  Mason       St Pancras

4-Fortnum Mason

  Fortnum  &  Mason       St Pancras

5-Shinta Harrods Knightsbridge

Shinta   Harrods     Knightsbridge  

      Harrods was established in 1849 by Charles Henry Harrod. It sold mainly tea and groceries.   Harrods became a public company in 1889.  
  It featured one of the world's first escalators in 1898.   In 1959, High Street department store group House of Frazer  bought Harrods.  
  In 1985 the store returned to private ownership when Egypt-born Mohamed Al Fayad and his brother bought House of Frazer for 615 million pounds.
  Following the death of his son Dodi, and Diana, Princess of Wales, in a car crash in 1997, Mr Al Fayed created a memorial to the couple in the store.
  Mohamed Al Fayad,  sold the store to Qatar Holdings, part of the Qatar Investment Authority,  the state's sovereign wealth fund for a reported
        1.5 billion pounds, Oct 12, 2014.    

6-Shinta Knightsbridge

Shinta     Gran Cafe     Knightsbridge                                                                                    View from Gran Cafe        


  Burberry       Knightsbridge                                                                                    Sign in London Cab         

8 St Pancras

Pancras Rd     Kings   Cross                                                 The Titan Lift Co Ltd     1975     (bright Red facade)     

Duncan was a Director of the Titan Lift Co Ltd   from 1975 - 1979    
Titan, located in Pancras Rd, sold hydraulic lifts, and began business as a Danish firm in London in 1914    

9-Shinta St Pancras

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