March 3, 2013
socks-studio:

Thomas Willson’s 1829 design for a 15-acre, 94-storey pyramid cemetery to be built on Primrose Hill, housing 5 million corpses accessed by steam-powered lifts.
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socks-studio:

Thomas Willson’s 1829 design for a 15-acre, 94-storey pyramid cemetery to be built on Primrose Hill, housing 5 million corpses accessed by steam-powered lifts.

thegreatdamfino

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    Thomas Willson’s 1829 design for a 15-acre, 94-storey pyramid cemetery to be built on Primrose Hill, housing 5 million...
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    Reminds me to that giant unfinished hotel in Pyong Jang, North Korea
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