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    Wow! This one really is superb. I really hope they save that entrance hall and chapel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtal View Post
    Stunning pics as always mate, been looking forward to seeing your ones from here. Such a lovely place!
    Thanks Brewtal, was a long day getting round this one due to the obstacles.


    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Possibly one of the best reports of 2017. Stunning.
    Thanks Hughie, was one of my favorites from 2017


    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    I like the chapel and the entrance with the nice tiling. Superb photos.
    Cheers Hugh, was such a nice little chapel

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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    Run outa words to use JSP hahaha, so will fantastic, crackin set of images do...I feel like I'm too old to say awesome now Proper job

    I see you have included the shot which required nearly making a hole in the door for your camera to fit in to, I still wana go back and get that wide shot now I can see my camera LCD on my phone, oh how I'm scared of technology

    ...and you got to see all of the main tourist attractions in one day that took Dez, Dave and meself about 4 visits to find, memory and sense of direction all kickin in on the same day, I can 'ave me uses...After 8 mints please
    Thanks PV was a memorable/eventful day and will have to remember to take a bigger pack lunch as i was starving when we left.

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    Looks great mate,like this a lot

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    what a stunner ! its so clean its not really derelict is it lol, even though it is. hope they retain the entrance as its wonderfull to see in all its glory

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    Fascinating report, one of the best hospitals with an amazing entrance area.
    What was that machine? Coouldn't decide...

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    Brilliant pics mate. Looks really good this place.

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    Amazing jsp!!

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    The entrance hall is amazing. Looks like a cross between a Victorian underground station and a church, love it

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