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LAST MILITARY HOSPITAL TIME CAPSULE

INSIDE Britain's last Naval hospital where scurvy was cured looks like an NHS time capsule. Built from 1746 during the reign of “mad” King George I the last exclusively military hospital in the UK that was once the largest brick-built building in Britain was closed in 2009. Now the Royal Hospital Haslar stands as an unused monument to the past with the modern-looking CT scanners, operation theatres, wards and other medical equipment potentially bought for millions when they were first purchased by on behalf of the tax payer still looking like they are ready to use. Pictures by urban explorer known only as Chaos toured the complex - whose ground could contain up to 20,000 individuals buried there during over 260-years of British naval history.

1940’S PHOTOSHOPPING ...

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ET PHONE THIS NUMBER: U...

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BIG FOOT 'JESUS BIRD'

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GOOGLEMAP WHALESHARKS

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FIGHTING FOX IS BEATEN ...

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SEALED WITH A BUBBLE KI...

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PUPPY RUN OVER BY TRAIN...

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ADORABLE DOLPHINS VISIT...

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CATERPILLAR KISS

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ICELAND'S 360 DEGREE VI...

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