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Report - Re-visit to Leybourne grange Oct-2009

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by ridg, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. ridg

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    Myself, haGGard and a friend (yet to register) went back to Leybourne Grange this weekend with the intention of getting into the Mansion.

    After creeping round the back of the mansion we managed to find away in.

    I was slightly disappointed, as I was expecting it to be more ornate inside, loads of water damage inside (probably in a worst state than the residential buildings). Managed to get into the bell tower too, wasn't going to climb to the top, not with my DSLR anyway.

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    Got a few more photos. but need to convert them from RAW.
     

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  2. haGGard

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    Nice pics there ^ Here's a few of my basic pictures...

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