Comments Posted by surly girl

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if anyone reads these comments still i can recommend the 'scared' shows from byberry (how funny to see Radical Ed wandering past in one of the corridors) and Danvers. they're on youtube...
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schoolhouse outhouse...

/tina turner
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it all went YEARS ago.
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DSH - you think?......
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at Severalls the theatres are downstairs and the surgical ward is upstairs. they had lifts tho. apparently they used to take surgical cases from the general hospital just across the way but i don't know if it was designed with that in mind...
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is the chair broken or has it gone through the floor?

it makes me seasick.
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eep!
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one for the brits (am showing my age) -

" i hate you, butler..."!!
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rarr!

sorry...
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okay, okay. enough with the clowns already. i have the fear.

*gimps away as fast as stupid crutches will allow*
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i was standing right there yesterday afternoon. it still looks the same, just a little more trashed. get there soon though, as in six months time it'll all be gone...
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i think it means people who were dead when they were found and brought in by ambulance rather than people who died in the hospital. if i'm correct, west middx was a general hospital rather than mental health. feel free to set me straight...
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yeah, there are pictures. google "uk urbex" and you'll find the forum bill's talking about - a few people have managed to get pics.
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doesn't stop the pikeys tho - this whole place is pretty much stripped. one of the admin buildings had the entrance hall full with lead stripped from the roof last time i went...
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*off topic*

jude - according to the british (snob) class system it's vulgar (or "non-u"for non-upper-class") to use words derived from french. so, lavatory or loo not toilet, napkin not serviette.

load of old bollocks if you ask moi.