Field Near Bennerly Viaduct
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Field Near Bennerly Viaduct

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This is one of two spherical panoramas that I made for an architectural project, which involved regenerating a run-down area. This field is the former site of a steelworks that was demolished in the 1970s. The viaduct remains as a reminder of the site's industrial past.

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I: UoN Architecture Exhibiton 2011

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My first spherical panorama taken without using a tripod.

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J: University Park campus - site for IDA project

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