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Thread: BIBRA Animal Testing Laboratory, Surrey - March 2010

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    I once had a friend who was a service technician for a macerator company, he used to come to the Hospital where I worked to carry out service work on Poo Macerators,In general conversation about what a load of shit these machines were, he told me about a time when he had to service a machine at this very LAB you were in, it a legendary machine called the "DOG BASHER", basically you could put a Alsatian sized dog into it ,switch on , and dog would get MACERATED and flushed down the drainage system.I wonder if its still there?


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    Great photos. Love the dark atmosphere of the site, I may have make a visit to here.
    Don't worry about security until you've been caught.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KPUrbex View Post
    Great photos. Love the dark atmosphere of the site, I may have make a visit to here.
    It's looooooong gone, demolished back in 2011. A new school now stands where this was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    It's looooooong gone, demolished back in 2011. A new school now stands where this was.
    Yeah that's what happens when you reply to 8 year old threads.

    Always a good idea to look at dates of things KP. It's generally frowned upon to add replies to super old threads.

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    It's probably a good thing it's gone if I'm honest. It's one of very very few places that has given me an overwhelmingly bad feeling when in there.
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