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Default St Paul's Tower, Sheffield - July 2012 - 08-07-2012, 19:33


As far as the weather has been going recently, rooftopping doesn't really take priority. After witnessing some crazy rain, a bright spell appeared over Sheffield so we headed up to the top of this thing.


I'd been sat on this one for a while, OBO and his girlfriend first popped it a few months back. Completed in April 2011 it became Sheffield's tallest building standing at 331ft/101m stretched over 32 floors. It's sometimes known as City Lofts and/or Conran Tower and sits with a casino, various car parks and the university close by.


Topped this one with Millhouse and Persil, after the initial 'people are going to spot us/think we're about to commit' it was fairly chilled if a bit too windy.




















Not posted too many as I know the other guys want to stick a few up. Peace!
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