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Report - St. Peters Hospital Mortuary, September 2012


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St. Peters Mortuary is situated on the outskirts of the main hospital complex. The hospital itself is still well maintained along with its new and improved mortuary. Now the old mortuary has been left to fend for itself, hidden away in the woodland it stands alone, its life coming to an end as it slowly embraces nature.

St. Peters Hospital was initially built to house the casualties of the Second World War. The mortuary was built in the 1940’s, but after much redevelopment it was decided that the site was too small to cope with the increase of bodies. So, in April 2009 the mortuary closed and moved to the new building which is now central to the main hospital.

Nice relaxing explore, lots to take pictures of, too many photographers for one room though lol. Two of the three slabs remained pretty much intact and both equipped with running water!! Perfect lighting, great company, what more can I say?? Was an awesome days explore!! Accompanied by Obscurity, UrbanGinger, Wevsky and Stealth. A massive thanks to SkeletonKey for the heads up!! :thumb







Thanks for looking :thumb

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