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Report - Stone House Re-Visit, The other bits 30/8/2010

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Frosty, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. Frosty

    Frosty 28DL Regular User
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    As it was a bank holiday, Maniac decided to make good use of his day off, i got the call and then got Obscurity on the blower, two days later, we found ourselves back inside this beauty with the aim of seeing the bits we hadnt seen last time, also re photographing some previously seen bits.

    All round a really laid back one, one sec car with the boot open on entry, the same car hours later in the exact same position, not a peep all day!

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    Thanks for looking!

    Frosty.
     

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  2. Maniac

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    Finally I can add my photos of this place. :)

    Was an excellent way of spending a bank holiday, was a very relaxed explore, plenty to see - we've managed to see most of it now. This place is a lot bigger than I initially thought it was, we must have spent 5 hours there at least and we were moving quite quickly around the parts we'd already seen. Anyway, have some pics, I've tried to concentrate on the bits I didn't see last time and on more of the details of the building, as although it's stripped of most fixtures and fittings, the building its self is very grand.

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    5. Top floor hall, there's two one above each other
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    6. I've said it before, but how they got that baby grand piano up there, I'll never know.
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    7. Corridors, like most asylum buildings, this place has lots of them
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    Cheers for looking

    Maniac.
     
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