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Report - Cane Hill Asylum in the snow - February 3rd 2009

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by LiamCH, Feb 5, 2009.

  1. LiamCH

    LiamCH 28DL Full Member
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    As soon as it snowed, I knew I had to go here. Somehow, the thought of Cane Hill in the snow is amazing, and the reality is too. This is probably my final visit, as demolition has progressed very far now and I have seen all that is left. I apologise for the terrible photographs. I don't know what was wrong with me on that day. Anyway, on with the pictures.

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    Err... Does anyone have any idea what happened here?
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    Surely this didn't happen by itself?
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    The service tunnel entrance:
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    All in all, it was a fantastic explore. Definitely my best visit to Cane Hill yet. Unfortunately, my photographs don't really reflect that, probably due to the stress caused by being surrounded by demolition workers. If you go during the week, please bear in mind that they are all over the place. Surprisingly however, apart from on the beaten paths where the workers go, there were no footprints whatsoever, except for a few in Browning/Blake, which contrary to rumours is still fully intact and worth a visit.
     

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