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Thread: Delancey Assessment + Rehabilitation Hospital. Cheltenham. April 2011

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    Arrow Delancey Assessment + Rehabilitation Hospital. Cheltenham. April 2011


    Hot on the heels of Vwdirtboy we headed to Cheltenham to see this little 140 year old beauty before it disappears.

    Visited with Frink Jnr and AndrewB.




















    Silence is golden but duck tape is silver.

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    Great stuff! :)

    Need to get myself here.

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    VG Prof. In remarkably good nick, I see.
    GDZ
    "You never planned on the bombs in the sand/Or sleeping in your dress blues."

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    this place looks in amazingly good condition, looks like it has literally just closed!!

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    Hi, Ijoined as I was looking at photos of Methil Power Station. They are amazing.
    I've just looked at several of the asylum photos and I was stunned. I never cry but ended up sobbing.
    My family has been dominated by mental illness for the last few decades. And people very close to me were incarcerated. Locked up for decades for just being emotional!
    So thanks. Beautiful website.


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