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Report - Whittingham Asylum - Round 2 - 23-08-09

Millhouse

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After our explore a couple of weeks back myself and Williamski, joined by two of his friends, decided to get back into Whittingham for a more in-depth explore.

We had our entrance route already planned, and we made it into the building swiftly. Heading through the building we crossed a rather dodgy corridor to gain access to the east side of St. Luke's Division, where we came accross an old piano in pieces, which doug promptly began to play filling the corridors with eerie chilling notes :eek:

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The wallpaper in this room was almost like new..
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(sorry this one's not too good but i really liked the corridor :))
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The only remaining beds we could find in the whole place
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After a good look round, we headed for the west side, crossing the abandoned corridors with rain pouring down through the destroyed roofs.
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Crossing the overgrown courtyards you can really picture what it would have been like back in the day.

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We got around almost all of St. Luke's, and avoided security this time. So overall a great explore.

Get your pics up kieran

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