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    Default St Josephs Care Home


    Our 3rd Trip out (yes i am posting backwards!) but just went with the most recent trip :)

    I have more pictures but choose my favourites

    enjoy! :)

    L x

    http://flickr.com/gp/85152936@N05/1xf966/


    Outside by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    Front by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    Kitchen by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    Hey look its eeyore! by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    eeeww whats this? by theexplorer101, on Flickr




    Oven by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    Hey Santa! by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    magazine from 1999 by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    vinyl record by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    bath time! by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    creepy photos by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    box of some sort by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    song time? by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    time for a sit down by theexplorer101, on Flickr


    but not on this one! by theexplorer101, on Flickr
    Last edited by explorer101; 20th Aug 12 at 11:12. Reason: wrong title but its all part of Father Hudsons society

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    i did it! are this to big it didnt give me the option of 720x480, let me know before i upload the rest thanks!!!

    L x

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    The sizes are fine, providing they are no bigger than 1024 there isn't an issue. A good guide to posting a report can be found by clicking this https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/showthread.php?t=16286.

    Look forward to the completed report...
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    yeah thats what i was on, it was flickr that got me confused!

    Thanks will keep uploading now

    L x
    Last edited by explorer101; 19th Aug 12 at 21:32. Reason: whats with my spelling tonight???

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    Heh, so annoyed I couldn't fix through the windows but ah well, at least you two got photos for me instead.
    Can't wait to do more photos over the next few months in different locations.
    LHP rocks!

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    i always like seeimg this place ..nice first report:)
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    well i did almost get stuck in the second window so i wouldn't advise it!

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    Great pictures well done peeps...:)

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