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    Default Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Sept 15


    Evening All,

    Been awhile since i posted a report but seeing as everyone else is going here, i thought it would be rude not to show my face. MrDan and Sweetpea were already there and i was at work. So i booked afew hours holiday at work to go check this place out haha.

    Bit of history:
    Opened in 1963 by Queen Elizabeth II, The QEII hospital served Welwyn Garden City; a town famous for Quakers and Shredded Wheat, for 52 years. Operations started to wind down as a brand spanking new 30,000,000 hospital was built next door to the aging 1960s hospital in the city and its Accident and Emergency Department was closed in 2014.

    I did enjoy walking around here as although no actual decay, there was alot to see.

    Body fridges

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    Cheers for looking

    DJ


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    Lovely report there mate..soon for me dj
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Nice report. It looks like the electricity was on looking at the theatre sign above the door. And just below that door an empty beer bottle.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    cracking report there, you have captured it really well. must go soon.....

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    Electricity was in in the whole hospital. And the phones worked! And yeah, I saw afew peroni bottles laying about

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    Brilliant photos,Thanks for sharing.

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    That's a lovely looking mortuary... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyJigsaw View Post
    Electricity was in in the whole hospital. And the phones worked! And yeah, I saw afew peroni bottles laying about
    For medicinal purposes - of course.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Has anyone got more of the old labs?

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