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Woolton Hall, Liverpool - December 2014

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Woolton Hall is a Grade 1 Listed property built in the early 18th century. The hall and associated grounds extend to some 1.59ha (3.92 acres). In 1972 a 5 storey accommodation block for the convent was erected in the grounds. The hall and convent block are now vacant. To the southern edge of the Read more

Woolton Hall, Liverpool - December 2014

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Woolton Hall is a Grade 1 Listed property built in the early 18th century. The hall and associated grounds extend to some 1.59ha (3.92 acres). In 1972 a 5 storey accommodation block for the convent was erected in the grounds. The hall and convent block are now vacant. To the southern edge of the Read more

North Wales Hospital, Denbigh - December 2014

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Designed by architect Thomas Full James to originally accommodate between 60 and 200 patients, the hospital originally had its own farm and gasworks. Planned for closure by Enoch Powell during the 1960s, it was closed in sections from 1991 to 2002. We had visited here back in early 2012 whilst the Read more

Frenchay Hospital, Bristol - July 2014

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The area that Frenchay Hospital stands on (70 acres of land) was sold to the Corporation of Bristol in 1921 and for the next ten years it then became a children's TB hospital - Frenchay Park Sanatorium. In the late 1920s it was deemed that it was too small for all its patients, so, in 1931, five Read more

Various Heights, Kingston upon Thames - Summer 2014

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Over the last two years I've been visiting Kingston on an almost fortnightly basis, I thought it was about time I started making the effort to take advantage of what it has to offer. I warn you now there's nothing really epic in this report, and most of the photos have been taken on my compact with Read more

St Georges Hospital, Stafford - May 2014

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It was about time I'd properly checked this place out, I visited briefly approximately 3 years ago but didn't manage to evade the security and dogs too well. Fast forward to now and things are largely the same as back then, a few bits have been demolished seemingly preventing access to the chapel, Read more

Whittingham Hospital - May 2014

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Despite spending a lot of time here a few years ago, I never managed to see every bit of the hospital. I constantly said that I need to get back and see the rest, it was just never really convenient, and as such I missed out. A link to a report on one of my previous visits in February 2012. Read more