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Report - St. Thomas' Hospital, Stockport 28/02/09

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Rookinella, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. Rookinella

    Rookinella I should have danced all night
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    Visited with a packet of jelly babies.

    The last week has been an amalgamation of sewing, knitting, hospital visits and burning myself with my new glue gun. I was pissed off with what I was making for the first time ever and decided some easy, local explores were what was needed for some relaxation.

    First stop today was just down the road in Stockport and then I went on to have a mooch around the air raid shelters. Most Wankered did a special ghost hunt here so that particular feature has dominated most of the search engines when I was looking for some history to copy and paste into here....hence, no history.

    I was just about to go into the mortuary when I looked over my shoulder and saw a contractor in high-vis with his back to me, getting something out of his car boot. RETREAT RETREAT!!!! In an exaggerated tip toe run across the forecourt, I managed to hide in a patch of trees until he was gone.

    Sorry the photos are merde but franchement mon cher, je m'en fous:p The computer that I usually upload the photos to was all unplugged so I uploaded them to photobucket and edited them on there. Safe to say, I WON'T be doing it again.

    outhouse expulsion
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    fridges
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    chapel of rest
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    C.O.R
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    exterieurrrr
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    Halt! Das ist vorboten!
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    chair convention
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    ward
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    ward
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    Everyone's favourite brand of sluice machine
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    Probably some poltergeists playing with tables
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    ward
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    stairs
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    ward
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    Where the bad children are kept
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    Go Johnny go go go!
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    Gahhhh-I can't escape the stuff:banghead
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    me
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    The Bee Gees?
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    boxes+ward
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    ward+boxes
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  2. Brick_Man

    Brick_Man 28DL Full Member
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    I've come to the conclusion that you are indeed, raving mad. :p

    Hosp looks good! plenty of stuff to rumage thru :D
    I know what you mean about *that* programme, as soon as anything is featured they take over the search engine, making it difficult to find anything else without much more trawling than usual :(
    Easy local explores are always the best though, as you say, relaxing yet sometimes refreshing that you literally only had to walk to the site :)
     

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