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    Default St Georges - Stafford - Aug '08


    very last minute but worthwhile glad to of seen it despite being an apsolute damp wreck, and hello to our frineds the chavs

    visited with Goldie87 and Mattdonut























    awsome day out thanks for joinning me guys

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    Nice set of pics...looks a nice explore
    someones flickr sets..

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    nice one mr sam cheers for driving:)
    here are a couple of mine too
    names hundreds of them!

    works dept

    and again

    not sure why i like this just do:p


    funny chav moment me asking where the basement was and being told it was on the 3nd floor
    youth of today
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    Well my second visit and got to see a few bits missed previously. Got into the works dept which was full of cool hospital junk. There was a lot of building plans and paperwork in there, tragically it has all been ruined by rainwater. Thanks to Mr Sam for driving :)


    The main staircase


    Bottles in the pharmacy


    Chapel looking back at the entrance


    Was a box of these on a windowsill, unfortunately ruined!


    On the floor in the same room were loads of these


    Funky chair thing


    Knife in works dept


    The colored doors

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    Nicely done, chaps! it is one of those places that you find new bits with each visit, like so many sites you return to. some of the floors are well deadly tho!!

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    cool stuff mate, doesnt a tri-pod work wonders in dull light :)


    and yeah the floors, on our way back to the exit walking past the small lift we heard a load of crap crashing down the shaft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Sam View Post
    we heard a load of crap crashing down the shaft
    Ah yes, St Georges is one of those buildings that you can actually hear falling apart around you!

    But on a more serious note for those who haven't been, watch the floors in that place boys and girls.

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    Ooh, the pool has been filled in! Fantastic photos, chaps. Love the 'names' room. :)
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