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Thread: Normansfield Hospital, Kingston - April 2010

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    Many thanks - I will keep you appraised of the developments! We'll have to see about the naming...!


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    Quote Originally Posted by salar15 View Post
    Many thanks - I will keep you appraised of the developments! We'll have to see about the naming...!
    I admire you for trying to save this once impressive building. The current owners should be bought to task for allowing it to fall into disrepair.

    P.S. Will settle for a name plaque. :p
    Silence is golden but duck tape is silver.

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    I am sure this place used to be locked down tightly. How things change, eh?

    I am only round the corner from this, should really make my way over - you seem to be doing a lot of my local stuff that I know of, yet am too lazy to go to....:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sectionate View Post
    I am sure this place used to be locked down tightly. How things change, eh?

    I am only round the corner from this, should really make my way over - you seem to be doing a lot of my local stuff that I know of, yet am too lazy to go to....:)
    I too am lazy, that's why I do the local stuff. :p

    Also if you fail locally the 'journey of shame' home is shorter. :)
    Silence is golden but duck tape is silver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor frink View Post
    I too am lazy, that's why I do the local stuff. :p

    Also if you fail locally the 'journey of shame' home is shorter. :)
    haha, too true. Normally a short trip back to the station then home

    Relying on the trains really kills any enthusiasm to explore

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    very nice. kingston you say. i near but not a fan of kingston, is it near the town centre? very interesting and great pics.

    just how local are you? [pm fine] im just down the a3 a couple of miles.

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    Its teddington rather than kingston, its the other side of the bridge from the main shopping centre bit

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    the building from the outside looks amazing but inside it's totally fucked from graffiti, nice report

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