I wrote a little while ago about taking the same shot, of the same subject or view, again and again, in all lights and conditions, in Lots Road Power Station.
Another one of those subjects, from a previous commute to an earlier office for another job, was the BT Tower on Cleveland Street.
The Post Office microwave transmitter, built in the 1960s but soon obsolete and now mainly in use only on the lower floors for routing traffic between hidden underground cables.
And since shooting these, now awkwardly naked from the removal of the derelict transmitter dishes.
No purpose left but to scroll advertisements at the city.