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Report - Dennison Point, Stratford, May 2012

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Drunken Monk, May 28, 2012.

  1. Drunken Monk

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    So I got a surprise day off from work today and decided to take the opportunity to get some photos printed. Stratford had the store that I was looking for, however, they did tell me it was going to take an hour or so for the process to be completed. So, in the time I had to kill, I decided to have a quick go at Dennison Point.

    This is a fully active residential building but there is some construction work being carried out from floors 19-23. Entry was a blag job. The photos came out pretty decent though, especially considering how ridiculously bright today was!

    Dennison Point

    Completion Date: 1968
    Roof Height: 66 metres/217 feet
    Floors: 23
    Flats: 134
    Purpose: Totally residential


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    I appreciate that a few of the pictures are a tiny bit crooked, wasn't carrying my tripod with me. I will fix these in post processing but for the time being, enjoy them as they are! :)

    Thanks for looking.
     

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