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Thread: Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Wewlyn Garden City (IMAGE HEAVY) - Sept 2015

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    Wow!! That's the nuts that is, very nicely done indeed.

    http://www.worthinstallations.com
    My beautiful little wife is currently expecting twins :D

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    Thanks Man :-)

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    Amazing how clean and tidy it still is! Belting collection of shots.

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    Nice to see my old workplace. 6 was haematology, 8 was histology and the Morg I know well too.

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