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UK Linford Care Home May 16

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This was my first explore (apart from Haslar O.o ) in what seems like forever, after given the heads up by @TheVampiricSquid i planned this trip with a non member.

we headed up on a lovely sunny Friday afternoon.

As we were walking up to it a car drove past us so we instantly thought this place was going to be busy, and before we knew it, we'd bumped into another group. 

We spent a good few hours inside, amazed by the amount of equipment that was left from when it was an operational nursing home. 

On our way out a group of local kids were approaching the building, but legged it as we walked past a window :-D

 

I dont know much about the history about this place, only that It's been shut for a good 6 years now after an immigration raid.

 

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Thanks for looking! :D

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Pretty packed full of stuff in places isn't it! Quality report that mate, i like the ivy covering those buildings and the cobweb shot :) 

 

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6 minutes ago, hamtagger said:

Pretty packed full of stuff in places isn't it! Quality report that mate, i like the ivy covering those buildings and the cobweb shot :) 

 

:comp: 

 

 

Thanks man! :D

yeah it is! quite a shame it's probably gonna get robbed or trashed with the NHS cuts lol 

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7 minutes ago, Flava said:

I was here the other week looks like its already going downhill - nice photos ;)

 

 

thanks bud :D

hardly surprising the amount of people that are going in now :( 

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Wow that looks cool. Omg someone could use one of those wheelchairs and stuff :eek:

Great shots !!

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16 hours ago, Vief said:

Wow that looks cool. Omg someone could use one of those wheelchairs and stuff :eek:

Great shots !!

 

Thank you! :D yeah its a shame its all just been left there! 

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14 hours ago, coolboyslim said:

Awesome stuff . Think it's an holy fuckballs moment .. very cool . I wanna go but fook it's a long way LMAO ... fantastic stuff 

 

Thanks @coolboyslim! :)

definitely worth a visit if you get the chance! we spent about 3 hours in there, still some more to cover lol 

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