As in where did it go once it was taken down.
Unless an enthusiast got their hands on them, then they probably went to the local tip.
Quote from Martin Kempton's TV Studio History website: "I gather they were due to be moved to Broadcasting House but the wind got hold of one of them and it smashed. Oops. Some might say the spirit of the building was fighting back."
They have form - one of them blew off in a storm sometime around 2010 - they then took the other two letters down until they had a full set again. Cue much internal speculation about whether there was going to be the three letters of another broadcaster up there instead.
Pretty much anything below head height was taken as souvenirs before the building closed, but some signage stuck about long enough to make it into the auctions - flip a few pages though the flysheet to see the kind of thing you could have bought.
Last edited by thegeek on 31 July 2020 9:14am