Inverness gap site of the former Glebe Street Baths is finally being developed. The baths were closed when the Aquadome building opened in the late 1990s, so it's been vacant for a very long time - aside from when it was used by the flood alleviation works companies, for storage.
The huge piling machine doing the preparations to the ground, is so very different from the old pile drivers that I recall (and photographed) being used for months in the mid 1980s for the Friars Bridge construction - the bridge I stood on to take this shot. Was near the spot that where I took last week's four spires shot. They're a bit more distant here, with the wider angle of view. Not quite wide enough an angle to get the whole site in, so another visit soon.