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UK Care home for the aged amongst us; Gogledd Cymru

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March 2019
Situated in picturesque Gog Countryt his former care home for the elderly recently sold at auction for £600k is huge inside with a few bits and bobs;

and some alas goontuber tagging a lot has changed since other explorers have been onsite last year

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What a shame to see all of those personal photo's and possessions strewn around like that. Sadly its the norm in most places nowadays. 

Looks like it would have been a fine place in its day! 

 

Thanks for sharing :) 

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Still some nice & interesting things inside.

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