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Report - Bristol University, Life Sciences Crane - Jun 2013

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by WhoDaresWins, Jun 11, 2013.

  1. WhoDaresWins

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    Well this is my first solo crane experience and I loved it!

    Scoped this one ages ago not long after it went up but had to bail :mad.

    What with the construction work almost finished the building extends halfway up the crane so the climb wasn't quite as far :). To my knowledge this crane is currently the highest, elevation wise, in Bristol as it's at the top of St. Michaels hill so the views are brilliant. Two sites occupy the site, this one being the highest.

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    The crane looming in the distance:

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    A little bit closer:

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    The views:

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    Rushed self shot:

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    Thanks for looking.​
     
    #1 WhoDaresWins, Jun 11, 2013
    Last edited: Jun 12, 2013

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