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Report - Warley Asylum, Essex, July '11

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by AndrewB, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. AndrewB

    AndrewB 28DL Regular User
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    Warley asylum is around 90% converted into homes, Its been really nicely converted and this part is the only the last part to be done.

    I knew about this place from a young age as there used to be a saying round here ''They are nutty, they should be in warley!'' I was always intrigued as to what this warley place was like. Many years later and I thought it had all been converted untill I drove in for a look at the converted buildings and found this, the final part of the former asylum to be converted.

    Inside is a mixture of finished, nearly finished, stripped out and un touched sections, the ceilings were amazing.

    Mid explore a made a complete newb mistake, Having taken my lens off AF and switching to MF I forgot the put AF back on so a few are blurry hmm.





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