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Thread: Rauceby Mental Hospital!

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    Sadly inaccessavle now too. Metal bourds cover every possible entry


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    The chapel has been fitted with 24 hour cctv and it is currently inaccessable.

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    Thanks. I believe that is the most preserved building on site that is accessable

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    Thanks a lot Rubex! :)

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    Love this place
    Not seen a report on this for a while - good work!
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    & LSD - Leicester Super Derpers

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