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    was working opposite this old mental asylum,had a bit of time to have a walk around
    christ this place was tighter than a ducks back side!!
    all the fencing and barb wire was in place
    asked one of the locals up the road in the town and the hospital was on both sides of the road with residental houses on the other side of the road

    could only get pics from the outside,sorry guys!!!


    the view from the road



    booo !!the security guards-who was there!!



    the view at the main entrance






    the hospital at the back


    check out the security camera!!


    the view from the road

    the corridoor that leads to the kitchen




    well maybe next time i'm there i can get inside!!
    could really have done with kaboom with me!!








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    Last edited by cagedangel; 23rd Mar 10 at 21:36.

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    dude this place looks good 8)

    liking the fountain and the old red phone box so much iv got the van this weekend, fancey a ram raid lol (only jokin coz we dont vandalize or nick things before ya get the wrong end of the stick)

    as ya know dude iv got my ways with security guards. st marys ring a bell?

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    That looks grand, nice find.

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    Find? This place has been about since 2004... ;)

    I'm surprised they haven't redeveloped it yet, times must be hard.

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    Hey I haven't seen it before!

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    No it's one of those rare strange places that despite being very easy to find/stumble across never makes it online much.

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    I like the main white/cream coloured building, and good to see a red telephone box still in existance. :)

    :) Sal
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    this place just looks soooo good but for anyone to explore it,it's probably in the worst place in the world
    it's opposite the law courts,next to a brand new hospital and with a divisional police hq down the road

    too many guards and cctv's




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    Nice 'stumble upon' mate. Ain't it annoying when you can see but can't get in?
    Maybe next time you'll find a way in.
    In a surreal world it all makes sense

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    annoying it is,
    but i'll go back there as i'm sure to be working at the site again
    it is such a great site though,just want to get in there


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