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Amazing! I love the industrial pictures, and the ones with Toronto in the background.
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Is this one from the Stelco Tower?
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A real feast, as always!
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Hey this was a really fun journey going through these shots. It also makes me want to go take some shots myself.
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Is this one from the Stelco Tower?
Yep. Very nice view, but not as nice as Landmark Place
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Landmark does kill it. You should get up there sometime before it's too cold.
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Someday I'll go up in Landmark. The views above are from about the 18th or 20th floor of Stelco tower, can't remember for sure because I had to be quick.
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Landmark does kill it. You should get up there sometime before it's too cold.
I was up there in the middle of the winter 2 years ago

It's probably harder to get a view from Stelco tower now because a lot of the previously abandoned floors are now in-use. 2-3 years ago there was a giant string of abandoned floors in the mid-upper part. Very depressing.
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nice work! Do you a flickr
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I'm not on Flickr, but I did manage to get up to the roof of Landmark before I left.

Check it out:
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=166449
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