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    We just want people to stop vandalising it, it’s also the councils fault. It could have been made into a museum or anything but THEY let the town down by letting it fall apart


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaq-collective View Post
    We just want people to stop vandalising it, it’s also the councils fault. It could have been made into a museum or anything but THEY let the town down by letting it fall apart
    I totally get where you are coming from. My local county asylum isn’t even close to being this far gone, it’s prestine in comparison, but I know some people want to see it flattened and built on for various different reasons, others want to see it saved because it’s a fucking beautiful building. If you have heard the views of one camp it’s easy to assume that’s what the rest want. Me - I just don’t want to see it torched! It was sold off to developers who have let the ball slip in terms of security from time to time, its been messed up a bit but could easily go the same way as Denbigh did. All because NHS property was sold off, now the council won’t grant full permission for the work, developers have hoops to jump through, the whole time it’s sitting there vulnerable to the twat army. I’d cry my eyes out if that happened to this one for personal reasons. You can’t stop cunts being cunts no matter how publicised a place is, I’ve visited a few places over the last couple of years that are boring but well off the tourist trail and codenamed, some of them got found and trashed or torched. Sometimes councils have reasons, be it lack of funding or whatever, I don’t know what the case is here if I’m honest. It’s a shame anyway. It’s one place I’d love to see, even as it is currently. Been to asylums and hospitals all over Scotland, England and and a couple in Ireland but never even set foot in Wales yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtal View Post
    I’d cry my eyes out if that happened to this one for personal reasons. You can’t stop cunts being cunts no matter how publicised a place is,
    It's nice to see such strong emotions and opinions there Brewtal and Blaq. Despite the reality that there is increasingly less of merit remaining, I've got to agree that the architecture and Victorian engineering is still a sight to behold. Quite stirring to stand before. I too only hope it doesn’t suffer from more attacks.

    Then again, I hear it now has squatters (has anybody else heard this?), so perhaps it is now guarded in some sense.

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    Here's hoping this place can be saved. It really needs to be. Love the dog pic.

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