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The tragic story of Sheffield’s Park Hill bridge

theguardian.com
in Architecture Cities Politics & Society 184 views

One spring day in 2001 a tall man walked into Sheffield’s Park Hill flats and along a street in the sky. He strode past the brutalist flanks, out on to the footbridge. He thought: this’ll do. Jason didn’t look down; he gets vertigo and he was 13 storeys up. He leaned over in his yellow Puffa jacket and sprayed her name. Continue Reading

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