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    Default The workhouse hospital


    So as everyone seems to be posting a certain other hospital.i will save my shots from there for another day when it all dies down.me and rubex visited this hospital.built within an old workhouse.its not been in use for five years.very clean and no damage.but the decay is starting to set in.we both said we preferred this one to the other.although not on the same scale.it had a bit more character.













































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    Nice to view it before the zombies find it, Thanks
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    Very nice mikey, like it alot

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    I really enjoyed having a look around here! You got some amazing photos :)

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    A nice change from the other hospital heavily featured in these pages. This is a nice hospital and one thing that I noticed is a glass thermometer holder. Hospitals are more up to date nowadays and don't use glass thermometers any more. Good post.
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    Thanks for the post, really good that is. I forgot all about this one, must have a gander again.
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    Great set there Mikeymutt, thanks for sharing

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    Cracking shots and nice to see it before it's wrecked.

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    Nice on! I prefer a bit of decay to something so fresh!
    Thanks for sharing an excellent set. :)
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