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    Arrow Wingfield Medical Center


    Someone on our forums mentioned this place and we thought we'd check it out.
    Was pi** easy to get in, though it was a little disappointing. Not a lot in there really.
    Its been stripped of all its medical things, and it looks like the copper thieves have been in.
    Still thats another site ticked off the list










    Hope you like the pics was hard to find things to snap and it was pitch black.


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    Really nice work guys.

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    Looks as if that was quite a nice building once. Not too bad inside, either. Like the plasterwork and the wooden stair rails. :)
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    agree with the others, love the staircase, the plaster, like the fireplace. whereabouts is it in Leeds?

    Cheers,

    :) Sal

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    Its very close to roundhay park,
    If you know that end of leeds its street lane just past the roundhay fox on the same side of the road.

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    oooooooooooooh ive been down that road. years ago mind. i definitely will have to get up to leeds at some point this year. all definitely after the wales meet tho ;)

    Cheers mm

    :) Sal
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    Nice plasterwork detail on the arch :)
    Nice little find.

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    Think we're gonna need a bigger boat

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    I like the way the door moulding has been made to fit the sign too!!! ;)
    Lb :jimlad:

    Think we're gonna need a bigger boat

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    looks very moody in that first picture ;)

    good pics though & seems in good condition inside.

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    cheers guys,
    like i say its not the biggest of places and its really empty.
    However what we didnt manage to photograph, due to light. Was the stained glass windows, which where really nice.
    Gunna have to go back at some point in the light and get some better shot

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