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    Default Greenbank Police Headquarters and Hospital Laundry (Pic Heavy)


    Ok, this location has many rumours about it, most tend to be that it was a hospital, prison, police station, asylum and the hospital laundry plant... so if anybody has some factual info for me i will be very grateful. anyway on with the pics...



































    Overall, this is plain and simply a death trap, the floors give way beneath your feet, loose asbestos and pigeon crap everywhere, also a few syringes and needles.
    Thanks for looking


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    nice work thanks for sharing

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    looks interesting, thanks for the report
    If there is a fence round it then it must be worth looking at !

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    kewl looking gaff nice pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by freespirits View Post
    kewl looking gaff nice pics
    thats the only decent one i have seen in a long time, i think i saw one in Cornwall that wasnt bad too...
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    Looks like a total death trap of a building. Great photo's once again and cheers for sharing. ;-D
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    Great explore reportage piks of this decaying hulk, well braved that man
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    Nice decaying building,great photos.

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    I see the pub over the road from it is shut now and boarded up.Interesting to see that Lidal's is still not trying to keep people out of the place then nothing new there.

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    It's the loose asbestos in these places that really scares me, loose boards don't come back and kill you in 30 years time.

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