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    Default North Wales Hospital, Denbigh Asylum, Wales - 2015


    Hi guys, this is my first visit of any kind. It was interesting to see however the building is in a really sorry state, its a shame the site is full of rubbish and bad graffiti.

    The building is literally falling a part and i'd be very careful of going up any stairs and whats above you. Here are a collection of images from the exploration.




































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    Good shots there. Never seen one of the metal ?chimneys.
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    I didn't realise it was in such a sorry state, thanks for sharing though - great shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stu8fish View Post
    Good shots there. Never seen one of the metal ?chimneys.
    Sorry, I got a ton of images but haven't sorted through them all. These what you're referring to?



    Quote Originally Posted by shrapnel View Post
    I didn't realise it was in such a sorry state, thanks for sharing though - great shots.
    Yup, very sorry state indeed. I probably wouldn't go back despite not seeing lots closer to the front.

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    very nice report. Still a lot to see here I reckon and I must make sure I get to see it for myself

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    Brilliant stuff, cracking shots, but that is sooo trashed now!
    Thanks for sharing :)
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    Great pics I was there last year such a shame it's so trashed

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    Still standing, just..

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    Did you get caught by Alwyn.
    Its in bad condition now, going up next week for a final visit dont think it will be up much longer.

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