Steve Peat. Downhill Legend.

The greatest DH rider that will ever live - Steve Peat -

The parched and cracked bottom of Ladybower reservoir, 15 June 1976. In 1976 the highest summer temperatures since records began were recorded in Britain as the country suffered its worst drought for 250 years

The parched and cracked bottom of Ladybower reservoir, 15 June In 1976 the highest summer temperatures since records began were recorded in Britain as the country suffered its worst drought for 250 years

Park Hill, Sheffield

The utopian estate that's been left to die

But despite being Grade II listed, Sheffield’s Park Hill, a brutalist post-war estate, has gone to rack and ruin.

The Moore Street electricity substation in Sheffield, which won Grade II listed status. Photograph: Jefferson Sheard Architects/Engl/PA

UK's brutalist architecture celebrated as four postwar buildings get listed status

The Moore Street electricity substation in Sheffield, which won Grade II listed status.

Heeley Millennium Park Sheffield "This isn't a city centre show park. It hasn't had zillions of pounds spent on it. But it's a great example of what can happen when local people protest against development, and manage to get a park built instead. Lots of creative ideas and has proved a focus for new customs and community events, such as the annual repainting of the white horse".

Heeley Millennium Park Sheffield "This isn't a city centre show park. It hasn't had zillions of pounds spent on it. But it's a great example of what can happen when local people protest against development, and manage to get a park built instead. Lots of creative ideas and has proved a focus for new customs and community events, such as the annual repainting of the white horse".

Park Hill, Sheffield

The utopian estate that's been left to die

It was meant to be the future, a place where milk floats would trundle up ‘streets in the sky’. But despite being Grade II listed, Sheffield’s Park Hill, a brutalist post-war estate, has gone to rack and ruin. David Sillitoe captures its eerie expanses

Park Hill

The utopian estate that's been left to die

It was meant to be the future, a place where milk floats would trundle up ‘streets in the sky’. But despite being Grade II listed, Sheffield’s Park Hill, a brutalist post-war estate, has gone to rack and ruin. David Sillitoe captures its eerie expanses

Park Hill, Sheffield

The utopian estate that's been left to die

It was meant to be the future, a place where milk floats would trundle up ‘streets in the sky’. But despite being Grade II listed, Sheffield’s Park Hill, a brutalist post-war estate, has gone to rack and ruin. David Sillitoe captures its eerie expanses

Arts Tower, Sheffield

Arts Tower, Sheffield

Park Hill, Sheffield

The utopian estate that's been left to die

But despite being Grade II listed, Sheffield’s Park Hill, a brutalist post-war estate, has gone to rack and ruin. David Sillitoe captures its eerie expanses

I Love You Will U Marry Me

The utopian estate that's been left to die

It was meant to be the future, a place where milk floats would trundle up ‘streets in the sky’. But despite being Grade II listed, Sheffield’s Park Hill, a brutalist post-war estate, has gone to rack and ruin. David Sillitoe captures its eerie expanses

Frost on moorland above the Hope Valley near Hathersage.

Foggy weather this morning - in pictures

RIBA awards 2013: Park Hill, Sheffield by Hawkins/Brown and Studio Egret West

If you build it: Riba awards 2013 – in pictures

Colourful: Park Hill Phase 1 by Hawkins/Brown with Studio Egret West in Sheffield, which has been shortlisted for the 2013 Riba Stirling Prize for best new building

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