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Thread: Clayton Hospital Morgue - Wakefield - July 2014

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    Default Clayton Hospital Morgue - Wakefield - July 2014


    Visited with a Mr Badbatz and bumped in to acid reflux while we were outside and he were up in the tower. Cheers to him and Mr Jst for some pointers etc etc.

    We didn't fancy the hospital and arrived just for this small but charming out building. A lot of damage has been caused by the local Wakey chavs and evidence of damage from splorers too.
























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    Very nice. I have a thing for morgues......

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    Yes, there really is something about morgues.

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