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Report - Leybourne Grange in the snow - January 2010

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by BeGood, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. BeGood

    BeGood 28DL Full Member
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    Visited with Kent-Urbex.

    Despite living very close to the Grange for a decade, I'd never taken a look around (by all accounts, it was pretty special before demolition/vandalism eroded it down to it's current state). Kent-Urbex is a bit of a veteran, having spent a decent wedge of his youth down there so it seemed rude not to go and have a wander.

    The grounds are absolutely lovely - it would make a brilliant park, shame the National Trust didn't buy it.

    History has been done before, so I'll just put a token bit in;

    Pictures:

    Nurses' Block

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    We saw a security man when we were up on the roof, but he didn't see us and we never chanced upon him again. They were some kids milling about, but Kent-Urbex had a hi-vis jacket on so they scarpered.

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    The Clock Tower

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    Clock Mechanism

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    The Manor House from the top of the Tower

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    Inside the Manor

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    We then attempted to get home, but traffic was proper chronic so we decided to kill some time taking pictures until it eased up. Here's one of Kent-Urbex's car after we had decided to go walkabout:

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    Cheers for looking!
     
    #1 BeGood, Jan 7, 2010
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2010

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