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Thread: St Peter's Hospital Mortuary, Chertsey. 2010

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    Arrow St Peter's Hospital Mortuary, Chertsey. 2010


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    Originally St. Peterís Hospital was built to serve casualties of the Second World War, The mortuary was built in the 1940's on the edge of the site.

    However after extensive redevelopment of the site, the mortuary was found to be too small to cope with the increase in cadavers.

    This mortuary was shut down in April 2009 and moved to the new building which is central to to main hospital



























































































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    Nice one VeeDub,I am glad we saw it in this state,heard one of the slabs has walked since.

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    What a minter!

    Blimey, how big is the new one then?! It looks to me like there's at least 6 fridges, each with space for 3?

    Is there ant general rule with the ratio od slabs / fridges? I've been in Addenbrookes Mortuary (live) in Cambridge, and they have 2 slabs, and fridge space for 96!
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    Some great shots here. Thanks for sharing :)

    Would like to have a look round somewhere like this sometime.

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    That whiteboard is sinister, as you read down the body part list it starts listing the placenta and umbilical chord. That's gotta be a creepy place. Dare you to go back and hit it at night ;)
    Halfway down is to late to remember to wear your safety harness.

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    Nice! The morgue is always my favourate part of any hospital ;)

    -0xy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0xygen View Post
    Nice! The morgue is always my favourate part of any hospital ;)

    -0xy
    You're twisted... I like that.
    Halfway down is to late to remember to wear your safety harness.

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    "Babies only".... that's pretty sick (not like "sick bruv")!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris.peacock View Post
    "Babies only".... that's pretty sick (not like "sick bruv")!
    yeah being a family man my self i found that hard to take as well when we where walking round it, but i guess it happens

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommo View Post
    yeah being a family man my self i found that hard to take as well when we where walking round it, but i guess it happens

    Lol.. Don't be gay you lot.. everything dies even babies.. don't forget.. we are all squishy-meatbags! :D

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