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Old Posted Feb 13, 2012, 6:51 PM
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You can clearly see that Hill Centre Tower III will be slightly taller than the twins. Thanks 1ajs.
Neato.

How much taller?


@Lenin - I jacked one of your pics for the Canada thread (the third one) ; gave you credit though no worries
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I like how you captured the cathedral spires, new residential, and the legislature building. Nice work!
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Neato.

How much taller?

Like 2 feet.
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Like 2 feet.
oh haha hard to tell in that picture.

I like the density it brings though....I can envision a fourth tower sooner than later! how tall are those buildings btw? Would it be Regina's new tallest?
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oh haha hard to tell in that picture.

I like the density it brings though....I can envision a fourth tower sooner than later! how tall are those buildings btw? Would it be Regina's new tallest?

look here http://skyscraperpage.com/diagrams/?searchID=53731221
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downtown Winnipeg iphone pics (taken from rooftops at 72 Donald St, and 525 St Mary Ave)








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Regina Skyline

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You should post that in the skyline threads on the canada page.
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[QUOTE=Brizzy82;5592582]downtown Winnipeg iphone pics (taken from rooftops at 72 Donald St, and 525 St Mary Ave)




The Investors Group building is one of the nicer buildings that downtown Winnipeg has to offer. The stone and glass are real class.

Note to Brizzy82,

If I bought you a camera, would you lean over the edge a bit and take a couple of night and day shots of that building from that angle you where at across the street?

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more crappy iphone pics



Downtown skyline taken while working on the roof at 666 St James St near Polo Park.


1, 7, & 11 Evergreen Pl. you can see the guys working on the upper right side of 1 Evergreen


took this from inside a condo at 55 Nassau St N


55 Nassau St N. you can see the rigging coming down from the roof, they have been working on replacing the windows in this place for years.


11 Evergreen Pl


crew working on the 1 Evergreen Pl recladding
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Whoa I missed so many of these Winnipeg pics....awesome stuff....lots of angles never really seen from a skyline perspective.

Great Regina shots too! I took a bunch when I was out there a few weeks ago, but have yet to post them. I have all these downtown shots I just never post haha
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taken by me the other day





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Slick shots Brizzy!! Really like the second last pic.
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Osborne and Fort Rouge stations offer good views as well!
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This has always been my fave view of Regina's skyline - from the NW - Pasqua St. overpass & Hwy 11.

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^ that is very impressive!
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Very nice pic!! I love our skyline. Your shot also shows off a very big wheat field that will soon be home to regina's newest subdivison(Hawkstone), which is a very large chunk of land to develop thats still within the city limits
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