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    Went here last summer, I mentioned this place to my mum after I went and she said that one of her cousins had been sectioned here years ago, bit eerie.


    Untitled by Rebecciinabox, on Flickr


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    Untitled by Rebecciinabox, on Flickr




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    Untitled by Rebecciinabox, on Flickr

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    On the second pic, those small windows...are they for toilets or isolation cells?
    Nice to see some natural decay an not just trashed!
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    Like that, thanks.

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    Flippin heck, it's taken a battering since I was last there. :(
    Do it safely, or not at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahorse View Post
    Flippin heck, it's taken a battering since I was last there. :(
    Ditto... :(

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    if i remember was it not being stripped by a bunch of workmen ?. Never had the time to visit here the one thing that stands in my mind is the statue of the dancing children. what a shame its been totalled:(

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    Nicely done :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by LulaTaHula View Post
    You mean these?


    Ladysbridge Hospital by LulaTaHula, on Flickr


    Ladysbridge Hospital by LulaTaHula, on Flickr
    Thats them but when i seen a picture of them they where still in reasonably good condition shame they didn't move them to another place and reuse them before they got vandalised :(, would have been nice to have been saved !

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    Jeeze! What a mess. Pity that. Great pix mind!
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