The Albert Dock in Liverpool was opened in 1846.
At the time, Liverpool was one of the biggest ports in the world and the Albert Dock was at the leading edge of warehouse design.
It was designed from the outset to be fireproof which meant that a hundred years after it's construction it survived the heavy bombing of the city during WWII.
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19 mm (35mm equiv.)