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  1. History: ​ The Queen Elizabeth II hospital – or the QEII as it is known locally, is located in Welwyn Garden City and run by East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust. The first full hospital to be built by the NHS, the QEII had some 100 beds. All inpatient and emergency services were transferred by October 2014 to the Lister Hospital (Stevenage), which has had £150 million invested in major new facilities. Since October 2014, the QEII has continued to offer a range of general hospital services for people living and working in many parts of east and south Hertfordshire. These include GP services, outpatient clinics, diagnostic (radiology, pathology and endoscopy), a breast unit and antenatal and postnatal care, as well as a 24/7 urgent care centre for adults and children of all ages with minor injuries and illnesses. £30 million has been invested in new facilities. The old hospital site is now closed and the land will be used for housing and a care home. The Explore: ​ So having only recently discovered this hospital (thanks to a friends lead) we managed to get down there fairly promptly, and what a great surprise this place turned into! 1. The Morgue 2. The Morgue 3. The morgue 4. Some Corridors 5. Medication Chutes 6. Medication Storage for use with the chutes pictured above. 7. Confidential Documentation Room 8. Another Corridor 9. On the wards. 10. The staircase 11. The staircase 12. The staircase 13. The staircase 14. Some manky blood samples 15. 16. Theatre Lights 17. Theatre Lights Thanks for reading!
  2. Well, this has been done to death, so I thought I would add my two pennies' worth! Relaxed explore, bumped into 2 other people while we explored. No security or nothing seen! To easy! Not a bad hospital but I think I prefer Haslar and Frenchay when it comes to features and equipment! But still, a morgue is a sweet little find! History:​ The Queen Elizabeth II hospital – or the QEII as it is known locally, is located in Welwyn Garden City and run by East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust. The first full hospital to be built by the NHS, the QEII had some 100 beds. All inpatient and emergency services were transferred by October 2014 to the Lister Hospital (Stevenage), which has had £150 million invested in major new facilities. Since October 2014, the QEII has continued to offer a range of general hospital services for people living and working in many parts of east and south Hertfordshire. These include GP services, outpatient clinics, diagnostic (radiology, pathology and endoscopy), a breast unit and antenatal and postnatal care, as well as a 24/7 urgent care centre for adults and children of all ages with minor injuries and illnesses. £30 million has been invested in new facilities. The old hospital site is now closed and the land will be used for housing and a care home. Thanks for looking!
  3. Visiting an old mansion, her garden and an old factory near the abandoned mansion.
  4. UK castle carr water garden -Aug-2013

    castle carr, I live near here and saw some pics posted about it and decided i wanted to go have a look myself, i really enjoyed it i cant believe this is so close to my house and i never knew it existed! we mainly wanted to go to explore the tunnels leading to it! the castle is pretty rubbish now the farmer who owns the land has some quails or something up there a big metal container and a load of blue barrels. even the water garden is full of blue barrels! don't get why he would just leave it there to wreck and ruin and not let anybody in to look at it! found a few shotgun cartridges scattered around but luckily no sign of him on the day. The water garden is awesome and i recommend to everybody to go see for yourself if you haven't already. we like to get in the way of each others shots :/ and the castle... just annoyed me did this its like his own private tip! ungrateful ........... Thanks for looking. if you do go there's lots of warnings from others about the farmer, a few people i spoke to about this place used to go as kids to mess about also and they say hes a nasty one.
  5. Not the most inspiring of places, but it's quite remarkable because of how quickly it got trashed. It closed in june that year, and by ocotber it was royally trashed. It's now been flattened and the land is still for sale. The weird thing about this place was remembering it from when I was a kid, was sad seeing it so trashed. Cheers Maniac.

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