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UK Cathedral Church, Sheffield - January 2015

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After seeing @WildBoyz report a while back I had always fancied this place and one rather cold evening a plan was hatched between myself, @Hydro3xploric and @Butters

 A couple of hours and a lot of ladders later we was sat on top of the wobbly scaffolding with the inspection tags reading "Do not use" 










I always enjoy being above the hustle and bustle of the city streets, and this place was no exception 









Old & New parts of the Park hill Estate 









Looking towards the now demolished Castle Market site




















Cheers for reading :D 







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20 minutes ago, The_Raw said:

Some fookin belters there son, what's the building with the rather large chimney by the way?


Cheers dude, its the Sheffield Energy Recovery Facility ( incinerator ) :) Would love to get in there :D

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10 minutes ago, -Raz- said:


Cheers dude, its the Sheffield Energy Recovery Facility ( incinerator ) :) Would love to get in there :D

^^ I'm game


Cool set that mate, your zoom lens makes up for its size in the epic pictures you've got :) Liking that one of the incinerator 

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8 hours ago, -Raz- said:


...its the Sheffield Energy Recovery Facility ( incinerator ) :) Would love to get in there :D


It had Greenpeace camped at the top of the chimney for a while a few years ago, so it's climbable ;)

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