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    Default Hospital XX, Central London, Spring 2010


    Not named here because it's so nice inside, power on, water on etc. If you know where it is and what it is called, let's see if you can keep it down, eh? Please don't post the name or location. This is on other forums, I think, but it doesn't need the extra publicity.

    A last minute addition to a weekends plans, this little gem was worth the effort.

    What started off as standard stripped corridor...




    Turned into a canteen, with old polo rack...




    As we progressed, we discovered some small bits and bobs...






    And some larger ones...




    Until... Jackpot!







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    Yeah !! Nice shots there MC BUT if only you had some TUNNEL SHOTS to liven things up a bit !!!!:):)

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    Ah yes! ;) Nice job Neb.

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    Love these images, seriously love these images. I have a passion for hospitals and this one is making me drool badly!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fluffy5518 View Post
    Yeah !! Nice shots there MC BUT if only you had some TUNNEL SHOTS to liven things up a bit !!!!:):)
    Haha, lol

    Quote Originally Posted by havoc View Post
    Ah yes! ;) Nice job Neb.

    Cheers havoc. Ah yes indeed...
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    I like the look of this place.;)
    Excellent work.

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    ooooooooooooooh I like this. Love the pics of the operating theatre (at least, I think it's the operating theatre :embarrassed: )

    :) Sal
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    Quote Originally Posted by smileysal View Post
    ooooooooooooooh I like this. Love the pics of the operating theatre (at least, I think it's the operating theatre :embarrassed: )

    :) Sal
    aye, thats right. I spared you all the horrors of a full naked shot too. Phew.
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    Wow what a find. I think that with power on etc. it's really creepy, like the start of 28DL. Nice clean pics too. :)
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    Superb. Love that operating theatre.

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