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Arts Minister Alan Howarth has announced a consultation on whether to award Grade II listing to four post-war buildings. They are the 1946 pre-stressed concrete Adam viaduct in Wigan by London, Midland and Scottish Railway; the 1969 Preston bus station by Building Design Partnership; the 1974 Lillington housing estate in Pimlico by John Darbourne and Geoffrey Darke; and the 1962 ventilation towers at Blackwall Tunnel by Terry Farrell, one of which is in the Millennium Dome.

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