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Thread: BIBRA Animal Testing Laboratory, Surrey - March 2010

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    Great report, and no ethics debate, win.



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    Quote Originally Posted by godzilla73 View Post
    Wondered how long it would be before someone posted this. Anthillmob and me discussed this one a while ago and it looks as good as it promised to be. Thanks for the pics....
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    ahh so this is 'the one' we know of. excellent pics. now i have to go there.

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    Are you sure that the workers hadnt gone to lunch ?It looks like absolutely nothing was taken to be re-used.

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    professor i m unable to reply to your message personally for some reason. slowness. thank you AND WILL KEEP inmind

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    Both amazing and disturbing.

    Wonder what's on them computer hard drives?

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    thats one place that would malke you think....as someone else said ,morbid......but fainating, good dereliction/abandnement, thanx for sharring
    The sound of children laughing makes me happy.

    Unless I'm all alone in an abandoned hospital and my torch isn't working properly.

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    Wow, thats amazing. I'd be soo careful going somewhere like this, because by the looks of it, someone else has been in before you and ransacked it somewhat. You never know what crazy chemicals are lurking

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    Certainly very interesting (and a derilect place-loving chemist's dream with all those bottle left over ), what a horrible place it was though

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    a stupid fact. a girl i work with once went for a job interview there when she was younger [in the office not the testing labs]

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    Fantastic report dude! I've just been to a similar facility at Houghton Grange, although they've left a lot more goodies behind here! Nicely written :)
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