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Thread: St Andrews mental asylum/Morgue - Sept 2015

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    Smashing first post,I enjoyed the mix of buildings and great shots too.


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    You've got the hang of this exploring malarky haven't you!
    Excellent stuff! I'm glad I got to go round the main asylum while it was still complete then!
    Missed the morgue tho, so loving this.
    Thanks for sharing :)
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    Very nice!

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    Reception still there I take it? Done well with the snaps, shame you never got there a couple of years ago.
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