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Thread: Cambridge Military Hospital, Aldershot - October 09

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    Ah right cheers for that! With the small plaque on the wall and it being a single story small block we assumed it was mortuary


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    Quote Originally Posted by Winchester View Post
    No entry to the buildings?
    We did spy a couple of possible routes in but as the guard was so nice to us we didn't want to bugger him about...also the routes would be fairly obvious to anyone working around the site so it'd be very hard to do without being seen be somebody

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    Oh wow that place looks more overgrown than ever, it actually looks even better like this .

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    I remember being in the Louise Margaret Maternity Hospital while they were boarding it up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winchester View Post
    I remember being in the Louise Margaret Maternity Hospital while they were boarding it up...
    I was born there in 1989. I really need to get myself down here considering it is only 4 miles from home... I was under the impression that it had been demo'd.

    Whats the situ, is it militart land with military police, or what?

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    it's MOD land with gurkha guards on the road leading up, lots of people walking about as well as cars and ambulances parked in the old car parks, the road goes right past the front so you have to watch for cars

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    Yes, that is rather Cane Hill like. Superb looking place.

    Love the look of that mortuary. :)

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    Served in CMH during 1982 - 1984. The black wooden structure attached to the back of the 8th photo is the Physiotherapy Gym. The main physio dept was a brick structure that connected this to the main corridor. It was in the old hospital chapel before that moved to a seperate building and structurally it looked like a church inside.
    Thanks for these photos guys. Brought back a lot of memories.

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