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Thread: Royal Sunnyside Hospital, Montrose - April 2018

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    That's a nice collection of photographs. There is a website called Friends of Sunnyside which show the then photos. Memories Of Sunnyside - Scotland's Oldest Asylum

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    Excellent that JSP77. I reckon you covered most of it :) Great shots also mate. Spot on.

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    Great report and pics jsp..sadly I was pushed for time.so only got the main bit done but was pleased what I saw.you covered it well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    Great report and pics jsp..sadly I was pushed for time.so only got the main bit done but was pleased what I saw.you covered it well
    Cheers Mikey, maybe a revisit is on the cards for you

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