Sheffield, View of the city from Park Hill

Standing just below Park Hill flats. We are looking over the the rail station towards the city centre. In the centre of the image is St. Pauls Tower which when completed will rise 32 storeys, a mixture of apartments and offices. In front of the tower is Sheffield Hallam University Campus.

Copyright: Peter ward
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Uploaded: 09/11/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014


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