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    I explored this carehome at the begaining of last year. by the looks of things back then it looked as if the place had only recently closed with the place being sealed with mental sheeting on the windows im assuming this was a private care home and the place got repossessed im only assuming this as everything was still inside the place and if the carehome just moved to another location i would think they would move the stuff aswell. the place was still full of items such as arm chairs bed dvds board games and much more this is one explore i didnt really enjoy to be honest and just wasnt a great atmospherei cant say why but i just didnt really like this place anyway here are the pictures from the explore



    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr


    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Abandoned care home by kurt roberts, on Flickr

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    I like that Sureshank Thanks,
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    That is superb, I don't think I remember seeing it before, thanks for posting.

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    Ooo cool find Sureshank! So much stuff to look at :) great set of photos!

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    Looks like one of those homes that have closed in a hurry under a cloud
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    I enjoyed that Sureshank, nice find:D

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    That's a good find. Looks like they left in a hurry. They even left all the CD's.
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