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    love that covered stairway, brilliant pic...and that collapsing floor is scary!

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    How exactly do you get into the hospital as I can see on google maps there is a fence all the way round it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beanymanuk View Post
    How exactly do you get into the hospital as I can see on google maps there is a fence all the way round it?
    You must be confusing it with the prison next door ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by beanymanuk View Post
    How exactly do you get into the hospital as I can see on google maps there is a fence all the way round it?
    Why dont you check it for yourself, seeing as your from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by beanymanuk View Post
    How exactly do you get into the hospital as I can see on google maps there is a fence all the way round it?
    pole-vault with double pike and twist
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    Quote Originally Posted by beanymanuk View Post
    How exactly do you get into the hospital as I can see on google maps there is a fence all the way round it?
    I like to use my Jetpac

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    Quote Originally Posted by sj9966 View Post
    I like to use my Jetpac
    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    pole-vault with double pike and twist

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    I'll just climb over somewhere then lol

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    i second that, how on earth do you get in?
    i've come to stafford all the way from essex and have been to try and take photos of the building but cant, for the life of me, find a single way in!
    any realistic suggestions? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SophieW View Post
    i second that, how on earth do you get in?
    i've come to stafford all the way from essex and have been to try and take photos of the building but cant, for the life of me, find a single way in!
    any realistic suggestions? lol
    Quote Originally Posted by beanymanuk View Post
    How exactly do you get into the hospital as I can see on google maps there is a fence all the way round it?
    Come on guy's, you really dont think people are going to spoon feed you access details do you?
    Duct Tape, keeping bitches quiet for over 40 years.

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