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    Graylingwell Asylum


    Graylingwell has been on my list for some while, so spurred on by the recent reports (and thanks to some intel from the Gentleman Explorer) it seemed the right time to have a crack at it and tick it off my list.

    Won't bore you with the history as it's been extensively covered in the recent reports. So on with the show.



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    19. "You want fork handles"


    20. Tunnel network housed many of these small boilers.


    Water Tower


    With the water tower under the watchful eye of security, stealth and cunning was required to get across 'no mans land' to the base of the tower.

    We spotted a chink in the towers armour and choosing the right moment we were inside.

    Once up top, it gave us a cracking overview of the hospital and some pretty good views to boot.


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    25. We came, we saw, we conquered.
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    frinkman strikes again! top stuff stevo! :)

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    Graylingwell looks great, I'd forgotten about that place. Nice work frink.

    Quote Originally Posted by professor frink View Post
    Won't bore you with the history as it's been extensively covered in the recent reports. So on with the show.
    I don't see any recent reports on here.;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lost View Post
    I don't see any recent reports on here.;)

    https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/showthread.php?t=16234 ;)
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    Its now looking nice and derelict..top shots Stevo and well done indeedy.

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    Loved them pics. Nice to see its not been vandalised and graffitied...

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    Stunning pictures mate! Nice to see a place that hasn't been too chaved up! Security must be doing there job well :D ;)

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    The fun you can have with a hat and some old machinery :P

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    That's a really impressive selection of photos!

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    Good stuff,the water tower views are great,well done.

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    Inspiring stuff chaps, I wasn't planning on adding this to the list, but it's on there now.

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