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    Wait, is that a swastika...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfism View Post
    To be fair, that's quite a nice collection of floor polishers - but the best I've seen was in one of the wards at Glen Struan Hospital. Now long forgotten, but it was a popular spot back in the day.
    Glen Struan was always one that eluded me. Whenever I went up it was sealed tighter that a badger's ring.

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    On the other hand, Inverstruan Parochial had a wide variety of floor buffers. Some of them looked like they dated back to the 1960s. The earliest I've seen must've been in Struanlee though. That one had wooden handles and a bakelite plug socket - a real eye opener for the floor polisher buff.

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    The Struan Infirmary had a fair selection of floor cleaning appliances although mostly modern and were showing battle scars from being bashed along walls. Royal
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