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  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Today, 15:47
    Agreed its just not cost effective for a company to remove & sell they should just be auctioned off to individuals to remove at their own cost, have kinda like a house clearance open day ;-) We all know how much decent theatre lights fetch like the ones at Staffs Royal, I wouldnt mind one for my dining room
    3 replies | 222 view(s)
  • Dirus_Strictus's Avatar
    Today, 14:36
    During my working days I attended many 'rough shunt' incidents. One particular incident at High Marnham managed to get ten empty HAA's buffer locked - still it happened in dry weather, so wasn't too bad. Usually we always seemed to get called out in pouring rain / winter conditions! Where were you stationed?
    7 replies | 1105 view(s)
  • Dirus_Strictus's Avatar
    Today, 14:20
    Do the maths and you will find that it is just not cost effective to remove, refurbish and store the worn out junk that is pictured here in this excellent report. The purchase costs will have been written off years ago and the books balanced - hence the abandonment. If this wasn't the case; all we would see in these abandoned facilities would be empty rooms and stores. The making of rather boring and bland reports me thinks!
    3 replies | 222 view(s)
  • BikinGlynn's Avatar
    Today, 09:04
    work Mook, looks like u got in there just in time even if its a bit trashed, its will be tight as a drum before very long!
    4 replies | 439 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Today, 07:26
    That's a nice house with some mould issues. The electricity must be still connected as in the master bedroom the digital clock is working. Looks to me the house must be worth in the region of the 400K. The windows don't seem to be broken.
    4 replies | 439 view(s)
  • Hugh Jorgan's Avatar
    Today, 07:10
    A nice set of pictures. I'm amazed that some of the screens are still there. I thought they would be repurposed somewhere else. I would like the bed in picture 11. The bed has a motor and the height can be adjusted with a remote control, and the same with the chair in picture 13. Those two together cost around 1600 on the web.
    3 replies | 222 view(s)
  • mookster's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:03
    West Park Hospital is somewhere that has a very very special place in my heart and my memories, as I'm sure it does for a lot of you who've been around over a decade. It wasn't my first explore but it was the location that really cemented in my mind that this 'urban exploration' lark was what I wanted to spend my free time doing, thanks to many relaxed and carefree visits during the glorious late summer/autumn of 2009 - the short few months that became known as 'open season'. Looking back at it...
    3 replies | 222 view(s)
  • mookster's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:33
    It's currently in probate with the heirs squabbling over what happens to it. It's a shame that within that time it's been attacked by morons.
    4 replies | 439 view(s)
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