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Report - Fairmile Asylum - Isolation/Rotherfield Ward and Art Therapy

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by True_British_Metal, Feb 17, 2010.

  1. True_British_Metal

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    Right on one hand I'm pretty pissed that I didn't manage to get into the main complex but on the other hand (probably) being the FIRST person in Isolation since 2003 (certainly from here) to get in is something I'm downright happy about! Something I will take pride in doing as far as my Urbex record goes. :thumb

    The main complex is now completely sealed - I walked round the main complex TWICE without being stopped by any CCTV or seeing security until the VERY END (I was there all day from 10 - 5 and he only appeared at 5) and still found no access without B&E. Nonetheless, I have a promise to fulfill for Clebs - mark my words. Interpret this how you will, but I WILL BE BACK WITH A VENGEANCE. I am NOT finished with Fairmile!

    Anyway, I found a way into Isolation (access details will be given to full members only) which I expected to be mint but wasn't really - it has suffered quite badly from fallen slate off the roof causing water ingress. Still there are virtually no signs of anyone having been in, so that's all good. But then why would staff write "Bo Selecta" or "Booyakasha" on the staff whiteboards? Maybe the chavs have been in but not damaged anything? Also did Art Therapy which has been done before which was fairly interesting but had no artwork left behind sadly.

    Pics:

    Isolation
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    Apologies for the poor quality - my shutter kept locking and I only managed to get a pic when my partner (in crime) was in the room!
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    Medicine storage - this door would have been alarmed when it was open!
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    This was behind the door to the poor quality pic - the door in the pic was locked (cell 15 was also locked but the rest was wide open)
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    Staff room
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    Maybe the chavs beat me here - look at what it says on the board
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    Done in a cell by a patient presumably
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    Dining hall with kitchens and storage in background
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    Cells
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    Outside
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    Art therapy
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    I liked that
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    Cor the person who last used this must've had something REAL BAD! LOL
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    Mine and Downsy's signature (Downsy wasn't with me by the way)
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    Rest of collection can be found at http://www.flickr.com/photos/truebritishmetal/sets/72157623453732692/
     
    #1 True_British_Metal, Feb 17, 2010
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2010

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