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UK Linford Nursing Home (revisit) may16

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took another trip to Linford nursing home so i could show my friend around and so he could make a video in there...

we set off about 4am this time to beat the traffic, after bumping into 4 groups last time.... and got there for 5 when it was light enough to shoot

when we got there i instantly noticed how trashed the place has been in a little over a week! 

more smashed windows, crockery and even pikeys had been in there stripping the place of metal! 

luckily some of the rooms were left untouched and i got a few decent shots :)

 

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Thanks for looking :thumb 

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1 hour ago, Perjury Saint said:

Got some nice shots there... Best get me skates on and get down here!

 

thanks man :)
you should! loads to see in there, getting trashed so quickly unfortunately! 

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15 hours ago, Ferox said:

Thanks for the update on this mate :thumbSeems like it's going down hill fast :(

 

It is :( my friend went yesterday and bumped into the police who were arresting someone for robbing the place! 

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3 hours ago, klempner69 said:

Great stuffs mate..copper cylinders were lying in the corridors when I went a month ago..awaiting pickup I expect

 

thanks man :) yeah when i went the other day there was shit loads of empty pipes/wire left in the corridors! walls were smashed in where they were stripping it from in there too :(

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8 hours ago, MrObvious said:

 

It is :( my friend went yesterday and bumped into the police who were arresting someone for robbing the place! 

Sound like the honeymoon period is over and has been for a while. Bugger.

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On 23 May 2016 at 7:10 PM, Ferox said:

Sound like the honeymoon period is over and has been for a while. Bugger.

 

sucks man, was a really nice place :(

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44 minutes ago, Urbexbandoned said:

This place is pretty tidy, not much vandalism. Would be a belter with a bit more decay :thumb 

thanks for the update on here 

 

:comp: 

 

i tried not to take photos of the vandalism lol, i prefer natural decay to man made crap :)

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1 hour ago, The_Raw said:

Heard it's absolutely fucked now, you got some nice shots here though :thumb 

wouldnt surprise me if it was, thanks man :thumb 

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