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After a work conference, I decided a trip to the rather nice Belfast Mortuary was in order to help cure the immense hangover I had from drinking many pints and many whiskies the night before. 

 

Closed for a while, and slowly disintegrating from the local delinquents attention. 

 

Clear and Concise 

27010905131_4deac3e006_b.jpgDSC06568 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr

 

Fridges

26804825780_985a0e6910_b.jpgDSC06599 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr

 

Fridge Close Up

26475378863_b5db44f794_b.jpgDSC06602 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr

 

Main Entrance

27046159016_a95d68b41e_b.jpgDSC06606 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr

 

Scales

27079109385_c5a47b97e0_b.jpgDSC06566 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr

 

Stainless Slab

26216546064_b6c594817c_b.jpgDSC06584 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr

 

Another View

26754503711_ed7519aa61_b.jpgDSC06586 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr#

 

The other slab

27010903921_19f5f1ce0d_b.jpgDSC06572 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr

 

Drain

27079104025_92d12b89bc_b.jpgDSC06578 by Dale Hamilton, on Flickr

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Nice set. I like the different kind of views, like in the pics #3 and #6.

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Thanks for posting! We've had a few unsuccessful attempts here over the last few years and it seemed to get more and more locked down each visit.  I swung by here a few weeks ago and was greeted by this....

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Well that must have been fresh off the slab so to speak. We have been to see this place numerous times over the last 2 years and never seen that reception like that. Nice! 

What with the troubles and all I only wish these walls could talk. Many a story to tell no doubt. Years of ruling the roost in Belfast and then along comes a state of the art Mortuary. Good news for explorers though :) Really nice pics, I like that one of the stainless table with the lamp :thumb 

 

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Very nice collection of pics and some cool angles.

Not sure whether an explore would cure one of my industrial strength hangovers though :unsure:

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8 hours ago, jones-y-gog said:

Not sure whether an explore would cure one of my industrial strength hangovers though :unsure:

 

Thanks :)

 

To be fair, it may have been the massive burger king I had that cured it :D

 

Still this certainly did help. 

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