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Thread: Papworth Hospital Therapy Unit Dec '15

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wombat View Post
    gah, I think we saw this place, but it didn't look much from the outside. Wish we had had a peek now.



    Excellent photos mate, as always
    It was sealed up until very recently apparently, I think we stumbled across it at the right moment!
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    wondered what it was like in there !! i live not far away :)great pictures

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    A great chance find! Really enjoyed these photos.... and you are right about the villain chair haha!

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