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    Default Raf nocton hall..March 2015


    a revisit to this old classic..the hospital which shut in the nineties after serving the British military and the American military during two world wars,also during the gulf war.i still have to see inside the shell of the grade listed hall.so a return visit might have to be done.the place is totally and utterly trashed now.but still holds so much character.with its beautiful long corridors and peeling paint.the main corridor is so long you can't see the other end from the starting point.



































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    I always have loved the go faster stripes corridor. Presumably they mark out paths to different departments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    I always have loved the go faster stripes corridor. Presumably they mark out paths to different departments?
    Si really don't know about the stripes..I thought they were decorative,but there are dre different colours so you are prob right about different departments.each colour is prob a route.
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    How many corridors?? :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    I always have loved the go faster stripes corridor. Presumably they mark out paths to different departments?

    Yes you're right!
    The Red stripe was X- ray, Blue was surgery, red was Pharmacy and lab, Yellow was Dental and Black was ward numbers..

    Great set there Mikey, I never tire of seeing here. I really enjoyed my day here back in 2009 it looks no different, poor place was trashed to bits back then :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealthstar79 View Post
    Yes you're right!
    The Red stripe was X- ray, Blue was surgery, red was Pharmacy and lab, Yellow was Dental and Black was ward numbers..

    Great set there Mikey, I never tire of seeing here. I really enjoyed my day here back in 2009 it looks no different, poor place was trashed to bits back then :)
    Thank you stealth.glad I know what the colours are for now..I suppose they needed them with the size of this place.
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    Nicely done Mikey, as always
    I like this place
    the hall itself is worth a peep, especially for the 'floating staircase'
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    Great info Stealthstar, thank you. :)

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    All about the corridors! Fantastic perspective on those pix. Great set.

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    Epic corridor shots,thanks for sharing.

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