I almost, but not quite, matched the photo in Lightroom. One thing to note is that the second picture is slightly different. You can tell by the shadows on the front buildings on the left and by how the chimney is missing the very top. I also think that either the first photo used a fast prime lens or else stood back father with a telephoto as the DOP is shallower.
Anyways, what I first did was set the photo to B&W in the color panel. I played with the white and black clippings as well as the highlights and shadows. I ended up pushing the highlights all the way down to -100, the shadows and whites to +100, and blacks to -60. Still wasn't quite there so I messed with contrast. Contrast was set to -33.
Still not quite right. I pushed the yellow and orange down a tad. To finish it off, I decided to use graduated filter with sharpness set at -77 to imitate the deep depth of field. Did not exactly work as the chimneys were getting unsharpened the same as background elements.
Anyhow, I ended up with this photo:
Oh, just copyrighted the photo somehow. For education purposes. Shadows might be a touch too dark in comparison to the original.
The first photo does have color as can be seen from the doorway on the right-hand edge of the photo. Also, converting to B&W in PS really does show how there is a slight amount of color about the whole image.
From what I can discern, the saturation of orange and yellow was pushed near black and white (about -85 and -70, respectively) but not all the way. Vibrancy was added around ~10 to give it a pop of color. Still not quite, but messing around with the sliders will give you around that look. Highlights, shadows, blacks, and whites were all processed the same way as what I did for the above photo.