In recent years you have may have seen Google’s distinctive Street View car driving up and down the roads of Sheffield.
The roof-mounted cameras has captured every square inch of Sheffield’s road network, allowing people to get a 360 degree photographic view of any point in the city using Google Maps.
The city’s pedestrianised zones such as Fargate and The Moor have also been captured thanks to a shoulder-mounted Street View cam.
And now the roof of one Sheffield building has even be captured on Street View – the random images showing a number of peoople on top of the building.
The bizarre images appear to have been captured on top of the Leopold Hotel.
This is not the first time a quirky Google Street View image of Sheffield has surfaced.
Last year frame-by-frame footage of a game of street football was captured in the Parson Cross area.
Have you spotted any strange images of Sheffield on Google Street View?
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