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    On the way back from Richborough power station myself and Fieldym visited Eastry hospital for a quick look around.

    The place is pretty well boarded up and we couldn't see a way into the main building, we managed to slip in to one of the buildings through the basement and get some photos.



    Found some dodgy looking cell type rooms in the basement, i might be wrong but they certainly looked like cells!

    Were have to make a return visit as we ran out of time trying access to the other buildings as we got there late on the way home.

    Lock on one of the cell type doors in the basement


    Old forgotten trolley bed


    Old screen


    Old bed


    Vile of yellow liquid


    Will definatly be making a return visit to try access to the other buildings :)

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    Hi Ether,

    This place looks interesting, I find it a bit shocking that there is still used specimine bottles lying around. Is this the norm for disused hospitals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon-G;10558;
    Hi Ether,

    This place looks interesting, I find it a bit shocking that there is still used specimine bottles lying around. Is this the norm for disused hospitals.


    Simon-G
    Hi Simon-G

    Those specimen bottles (called vacutainers) are very common and frequently knock about. They are used for blood and the stuff in the bottom of that one is a serum which allows the sample to be used for certain tests. It should be harmless as long as they are empty.

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    Interesting find. I find those specimen bottles a bit worrying , you would've thought that they would dispose of them properly when they pack up to leave?

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    That place looks great.

    Yes, that yellow stuff looks worrying.

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    Today Indy and i set out to see somewhere we hadn't been to before. With a few options on the cards we agreed on Eastry Hospital near Deal in Kent.

    It turned out to be a very interesting find and after a hard time finding a way in we spent about 3 hours roaming Eastry's unconventional corridors and long, narrow rooms. There are a number of buildings that make up a cluster on site and unfortunately we didnt gain access to the block at the rear or the buildings closest the road. everything was overgrown with ivy and much of the furniture remained inside. The main part of the building formed a huge courtyard which had an older looking block in the middle whiched housed kitchens and some other rooms including 1 with immaculate brown 70's floral wallpaper!

    All in all a good afternoons explore and nice to see somewhere new!

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    few of my pics











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    Indy, Mr. Bones let me be the first to say.. great pic’s guys, shame about that piano.

    Keep up the good work:)
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    Looks like a great explore.whats security like there......excellents pics by the way

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    Think i may have to take trip down there to have a look

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