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Sheffield, The Town Hall and Sheffield Wheel
England

Its an early Sunday morning in mid January and the streets are still quiet. Directly in front is Sheffield's Town Hall which was officially opened in 1897 by Queen Victoria. To the left is the Sheffield Wheel which is situated on the end of Fargate.

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Uploaded: 27/01/2010
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