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Eerie abandoned former hospital where Britain's soldiers went to recover from their war wounds could be yours for £4million

It once stood as a grand hotel and has a proud history, having housed injured soldiers during the First World War, but these photos show how The Rest in Porthcawl, South Wales, is now abandoned.
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