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    Arrow Blackburn Royal Infirmary,March 2010.


    Yes,yes i know you have seen it before but its still worth a good mooch,Blackburn Royal Infirmary,explored with The cat (crept in):)































    ..thanks.

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    wow, thats quite a nice/posh building.

    shame its been left to rot.

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    absloutely gorgeous building, I love that there are still original features intact.

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    Well captured,some good shots there m8

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    Oral surgery secretaries?
    Sounds good to me.;)
    In a surreal world it all makes sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacepunk View Post
    Oral surgery secretaries?
    Sounds good to me.;)
    lol..i was waiting for someone to comment on that..


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