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Found a few more of St.Ebbas, nice to see these again, lots peeling paint and random bricks coming through doors lol:- Enjoy :)

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Just found this pic and I luv it lol:-

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Thankyou I luv peeling paint, used to get told off as I tend to crush it with my hands as I luv the sound it makes lol, have taken loads of this place but never put these ones up before. :)

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i had to google st ebbas i must admit at first glance looked a lot like severalls ;)

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Wevsky they look alike because they are designed by the same architect, just looked it up, it was William C Clifford Smith,

architect to the London County Council, and he was involved in designing St.Ebbas, while googling that I found these maps of asylums in uk and the layout architecture, very interesting. :)

http://www.thetimechamber.co.uk/beta/si ... chitecture

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Wevsky they look alike because they are designed by the same architect, just looked it up, it was William C Clifford Smith,

architect to the London County Council, and he was involved in designing St.Ebbas, while googling that I found these maps of asylums in uk and the layout architecture, very interesting. :)

http://www.thetimechamber.co.uk/beta/si ... chitecture

thanks for that :)

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Hospitals must have special paint just made for peeling, smashing pictures

Whatever they used, I want some for my bungalow!

Nice report, I always enjoy a good hospital! :thumb

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Wevsky they look alike because they are designed by the same architect, just looked it up, it was William C Clifford Smith,

architect to the London County Council, and he was involved in designing St.Ebbas, while googling that I found these maps of asylums in uk and the layout architecture, very interesting. :)

http://www.thetimechamber.co.uk/beta/si ... chitecture

Hi, thanks for linking to my site. This isn't in fact Severalls, and not St Ebbas. Severalls was designed by F Whitemore, and St Ebbas by William Clifford Smith

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Hi Sectionate hope all good in your world & Time Chambers a cracking site :thumb

Hello mate, all is good - had an LU tour a few days ago which was nice! Website is plodding along lol

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