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Bridgewater Place, nicknamed The Dalek, is an office and residential skyscraper development in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is the tallest building in Yorkshire, and has held this record since being topped out in September 2005. It is visible at up to 25 miles (40 km) from certain areas.

It was first announced in 2000 and, following several redesigns and delays with the construction process, construction of the building began in 2004 and was completed in 2007. It became the tallest building in Leeds, by a significant margin, and Yorkshire (although this does not take into account structures such as Emley Moor). Bridgewater Place has a height of 112 metres (367 ft) to roof level. Originally the tower was to have a spire which would have extended the height of the building to 137 metres (449 ft), however this was never built.

The building’s shape appears to be accelerating winds in its immediate vicinity to the extent that pedestrians have experienced severe difficulties walking past. These winds have led to some of the entrances to the building being closed for safety reasons. To rectify these issues in the design may require the addition of ‘vertical fins’ to the facade of the building. [source – wikipedia]

Canon EOS 450D | ISO100 | 18mm | f/3.5 | 5sec


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  • RayDevlin
    RayDevlinalmost 2 years ago

    Nice work Scott!

  • Thanks Ray

    – scottsmithphoto

  • ValeriesGallery
    ValeriesGalleryalmost 2 years ago

    Beautiful image! Is the nickname in reference to Dr Who?

  • Thanks Valery it is a reference to Dr Who I don’t see the resemblance myself but its kinda stuck.

    – scottsmithphoto

  • Forget-me-not
    Forget-me-notabout 1 year ago

    great night shot you did

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