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Fairmile Hospital, Berkshire

Fairmile is one of the oldest county aslyms to have exsisted in this country having been originally founded in 1870 and eventually closing in 2003. The plan was initally to have a look at the outer buildings before looking at the far more glamous administration block and surrounding buildings. Somedays things don’t quite go to plan and as a result the only place we got to explore was the occupational therapy. This was a rather nice found neverless with lots of history still in situ. The isolation wards next to this, complete with electric fences, were too secure to explore. A bit of a wasted journey but nevermind.

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2 comments

  1. Hello, i’m hoping to do a photoshoot there, is it hard to get inside?
    i would appreciate it if you will contact me and let me know

    thanks.

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