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Report - Atos / DWP building, Hartshead Square, Sheffield - October 2012

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Kaplan, Oct 27, 2012.

  1. Kaplan

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    Was only going to put up a couple of images in the night shots thread, especially since *********** had already got his report up, but thought sod it, I'll bang a report up: there's never really much in the way of 'high stuff' or rooftops coming out of Sheffield apart from the occasional gem (which I'm certainly not suggesting this is btw). So for the sake of completeness...


    The highlight of an entertaining evening of mostlyfailz, found myself and *********** hauling ourselves through a gap that the human body simply wasn't designed to fit through. I did briefly wonder if I would become permanently wedged there...

    After :gaying around some RF transmitters (I think), we opted to clamber across a flimsy-as-fuck rooftop and perch ourselves above the street, with certain members of the party feeling slightly more at ease with being next to the edge than others.









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