This is one of the two wrought iron cage elevators inside the famous Bradbury Building in downtown Los Angeles, The Bradbury Building was mad a National Historical Landmark Building in 1977 it was built in 1893 the original cost of the building was to be around 150,000 but in the process of building it was found to be over and underground spring. Rather than move they sunk huge steel beams to support the building. The building wound up costing over 500,000 which was a staggering amount in the 1890s. This image shows the ornate iron work done on the elevator and the mail shaft that runs along side of it. This Image was taken with a Cannon 1ds mark ll.