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Great idea for a thread and one that could run a while, few random ones here.................

Hospital du Diable (France).........................................................................TB Hospital (uk)

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Theatre Varia (Belgium)

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Clipstone Colliery (uk)...............................................................................Home sweet home (Belgium)

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MOAR CHAIRS

chapel de anciens

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Crachoir piscine

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Chatuea da le chappelle

lots of chairs

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TB hospital

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Cinema

many seats

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Prison 15h chair

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lecture hall seats

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Piscine

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Make shift seat

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Seat in a nuclear Bunker

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Rusty seat

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Gantry crane seat

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Severalls seat

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