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    Default St George's Hospital Hornchurch (august 2018)


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    The hospital opened as a home for the elderly known as Suttons Institution in 1938. It was used as residential accommodation for airmen based RAF Hornchurch during the Second World War.It joined the National Health Service as St George's Hospital in 1948.

    Legionella was founded in the hospital's water system in October 2012; the patients were transferred to other hospitals and St George's Hospital closed.Plans are in place for a new health centre on site, with the remaining land being converted to housing.



















































    Thanks for looking!!

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    Great report! Gonna go explore this later this week, any security?
    PGP

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    That's very clean, obviously no kids in Hornchurch?!

    Please ask questions via PM Perry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerryGoesPlaces View Post
    Great report! Gonna go explore this later this week, any security?

    Thanks pgp

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    That's very clean, obviously no kids in Hornchurch?!

    Please ask questions via PM Perry.
    No signs of kids lol wich is good and thanks krela!

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    Nice report! Shame part of it's going to be pulled down soon. Great pics.

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    You did well avoiding the cameras unless the secca were asleep on the job!
    My Flickr

    Pseudomerican

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    You did well avoiding the cameras unless the secca were asleep on the job!
    Picked a good day to go was just lucky cameras wasn’t working lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    Nice report! Shame part of it's going to be pulled down soon. Great pics.
    Yeah it looks that way don’t it rubex demo machinery’s already in.

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