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Report - St Luke's Hosptial, Huddersfield, February 2013

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by ZerO81, Apr 27, 2013.

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    St Luke's Hosptial

    When I first got into photographing derelict buildings, it was because of seeing other people's shots of Hospitals & Asylums, for one reason or another I seem to have neglected these types of explores, so I decided 2013 would be the year I got to see as many as I can, starting off with St Luke's, which as everyone knows is one hell of a derpy derp site, but It's a hospital and local, so I decided to get it checked off the list...2 years too late!

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