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|Owner||Skyscraper Source Media Inc.|
|Created by||Jan Klerks|
|Launched||September 11, 2002|
|2,410 (April 2015[update])|
SkyscraperCity, also known as SkyscraperCity.com, is an internet forum website for skyscraper hobbyists and enthusiasts.
In 2013, a hobby project on the site by 26-year-old graphic designer, Angus Doyle, a history graduate with no formal training in graphic design was approached by Transport Scotland. Doyle said: "Before emailing me, they had taken the map I'd done and cut it up to create a representation of what the rail network looks like now. They asked my permission to use that map, plus my own map, in future planning discussions."
Photo images posted on the site have been used on Londonist, CNBC Africa, and Quartz websites.[original research?]  A hobbyists mockup of a possible design for Pinnacle Tower accompanied a news article in City A.M..[original research?] 
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- "Young designer's "fantasy" Glasgow rail map catches eye of transport bosses". Evening Times (Glasgow). 7 April 2015. Retrieved 20 May 2015.
- Noble, Will (2015-02-19). "The Pinnacle: ‘New Look’ Leaked". Londonist. Retrieved 2015-04-07.
- "Employee health a key concern for businesses". Retrieved 2015-04-07.
- "Iraq is spending $1 billion on a Zaha Hadid-designed parliament". Retrieved 2015-04-07.
- "Lipton Rogers and AXA take over Pinnacle Tower". City AM. 19 February 2015. Retrieved 20 May 2015.
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