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Report - Sarah Towers, Manchester, July 09

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Moorsy, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. Moorsy

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    Sarah Towers - Tower Crane, Manchester

    Visited with Over

    At first I only joked of ever being at the top of this beauty, but then the joke turned serious. I wanted so badly to do it before it was taken down, but unfortunately Sneak couldn't make it in the end. Thankfully Over rang me and asked if I still wanted to do it and then only hours later, there we were, stood at the bottom - looking up in awe.

    The climb was nowhere near as bad as I expected it to be, I actually enjoyed it, and the views were stunning like nothing I had ever seen before! This was a really nice end to the night, massive respect to Over for giving me the motivation to do this!

    The photos

    01: Manchester city centre panoramic

    02: Looking down 250 feet

    03: The jib and across

    04: Me chilling

    05: View towards Picadilly train station

    06: View towards City Tower

    After chilling for a while appreciating the view, we set off back to my house for a well earned sleep.

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