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Thread: Royal London Hospital (2018)

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    Good old PFI contracts screwing the tax payer from cradle to grave. Very nice explore you had by the looks of it rolfey!

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    Yeah youre right there lol and thank you PV!

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    Awesome pics! You've definitely got the hang of your new camera :) great report!

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    Thank you looking forward to seeing your pictures on the place! It’s taken abit of time with the camera but I’m gettin there! And thank you rubex ;)

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