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Report - Rauceby Asylum - Lincolnshire - May 2013

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by OnceWasSparkle, May 7, 2013.

  1. OnceWasSparkle

    OnceWasSparkle 28DL Full Member
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    History has been covered many times before but can also be found here Here

    Visited with Fairdo's. Had the fright of my life as soon as I got onto the site when I turned around and there was a dog right next to me. Luckily it was a friendly little thing who'd come to investigate us. The owner of the dog turned up shortly after apologising.

    I like this place, its a pretty easy mooch and quite local to me. I think we spent a good three hours looking around. ​

    The admin block


    This sums up the vast majority of what the site looks like from inside.



    This was painted by patients along with an artist who came to work with them.


    Here's what it looked like in all its glory. Picture borrowed from HERE





    And here's what the dayroom looked like before, but taken from a different angle. Picture borrowed from HERE


    There are some odds and ends left (just about)


    I didn't fancy climbing this. It needs someone lighter and more nimble than I am. But it has the lift motors up there.


    The stairs up lead to the Elm wing and down to the subway system that linked all the buildings underground.


    I went down, it had been flooded by the looks as it as the floor was sodden. But luckily it wasn't this day. I couldn't get any further than this. I assume the rest has been filled in.


    Obligatory chair shot..



    I did go in the chapel, but I wasn't happy with any of my shots in there.

    Thanks for looking.

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