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How Famous UK Landmarks Would Look If They Were Designed By These Famous People

The North of England and Scotland are home to some of the most famous buildings, statues and architectural creations in the UK and in some cases, the world. And whilst people love spending time wandering its cities and counties to take in the delightful views, what if things were a little different? In this series, TransPennine Express has reimagined  famous buildings and iconic landmarks and questioned what they would be like if designed in the style of some of the world’s pioneering artists and architects.


London Tower Bridge – Picasso


Angel of the North – Leonardo Da Vinci

Edinburgh Castle – Antoni Gaudi


Albert Docks – Andy Warhol

The Duke of Wellington Statue – Salvador Dali


Leeds Town Hall – Marcel Breuer

Durham Cathedral – Louis Kahn


Humber Bridge – Wassily Kandinsky

Bullring Birmingham – Gustav Klint


Beetham Tower – Le Corbusier


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