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Report - St Peters Mortuary, Chertsey, Surrey, January 2014

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by sentinel, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. sentinel

    sentinel 28DL Regular User
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    Bit of a group visit with Juicerail and Assimilate plus a non-member

    Bit interesting getting in and out, but some hunting around for a nice step for helping getting out worked a treat, hope it helps the next person (sorry if it didn't)

    I know it's been done to death (excuse that really bad joke) but really needed to tick it off my list before it's gone.
    It's a total flooded mess now.
    Had to do the obligatory lying on the table photo, Hope it doesn't offend anyone.

    Bit of History
    The mortuary, built in the 1940′s, is a small, rectangular building on the outskirts of the main Hospital site and closed in April 2009 when the mortuary relocated to the main hospital building. Inside, there’s a small chapel and viewing room with the rest of the building comprising of body fridges and the main autopsy room.










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