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  1. After three years in the wilderness, County Asylums has returned with a fresh look and a lot, lot more info. http://www.countyasylums.co.uk We've revised the 'asylum list' and each and every one of the asylums listed has there own page with details, history and photos. We'll be adding more to the site as and when we can but if you think you have anything worth contributing then drop us an email - info@countyasylums.co.uk
  2. Day 2 of the 'Tour Di Bastardi' and after ramming some croissants, coffee and that pre packed dry bread/toast stuff down our necks, Darbians, Masa and myself kicked off proceedings with a MASSIVE want of mine... Cant think of any better way of spending a glorious Italian summers morning than wandering around a sprawling, dusty, rotten hospital site... Rather picture heavy but hey... I don't care! ... As always, thankyou please for looking
  3. Not much of a poster any more, but went out with friends and got some shots of Rauceby, Whittingham and St John's Asylums, histories haven't changed since the last reports. A nice reminder that it's not about the most epic or gas masks or fancy dress or hdr or not hdr it's about having fun with friends and taking shots you enjoy while soaking up the history and atmosphere. Well there you go. Pictures and stuff of asylums. Just friends hanging out.
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