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Thanks BKW and Croesor, I've updated the history page!
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I would love to visit these abandoned places. There truly amazing to see what use to be
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Reminds me of a rip off of Disneyland's Pirates of theCarribean
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I got a new computer today and had to put on some Motts wallpaper of course. I love this one and never used it.
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I'm excited to see pictures of the "old" Taunton State Hospital. Just to update/clarify what you wrote, Motts: the hospital is still open at 45 beds, and expects to remain so secondary to the heroic efforts on the part of many Mass citizens. The hospital may actually expand bed capacity in 2015 due, in part, to the negative scrutiny Bridgewater State Hospital has been getting. Other extant buildings are leased to the Department of Youth Services, HighPoint, and Cohannet Academy, so the 135 acre campus is still a very busy place. The fence that surrounded the site of the old hospital is still up, and somewhat of an eyesore. Thanks for putting up another wonderful gallery of your work.
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This is scary *_*
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These should have been destroyed.
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Jesus... and the privacy?
This is the flag locker. Flags for each letter and number were kept in their proper locker to be hoisted at a moments notice.
LEAP = Louisiana Educational Assessment Program
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I don't say this enough, but this photograph is brilliant!
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Great set as always, thnx for posting!
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That's my mom and dad.
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And those headrests are missing a lot of times and are hard to find. No wonder they left those, they weight like 300 lbs or more.
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Steaming and curving all that wood was lots of work. Not much of that going on any more. Nothing is smashed to bits either. Plants on the shelves? Place to set a beverage when sitting there? Display area for jars of heads?