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Bristol Royal Infirmary – Old Building, Bristol

When an infirmary was founded on this site in 1736 it was among the earliest in the country, but the Old Building itself is later

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Bron Y Garth Hospital, Penrhyndeudraeth

Bron Y Garth Hosptial was based on the original Festinog Workhouse that opened around 1838. The victroian vagrants ward was added to the original buildings

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Harperbury Hospital, Radlett

Harperbury Hospital was a former mental health and learning disailbities hospital built on the remains of world war 1 hangers.  A large part of the

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Haslar Hospital, Gosport

Founded in the reign of King George 1st, the Royal Hospital Haslar in Gosport, Hampshire, was one of several hospitals serving the Portsmouth Urban Area,

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St Peter’s Mortuary, Chertsey

Built as part of the original St Peter’s hospital it served to deal with causalities during the second world war. Built at the rear edge

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Frenchay Hospital, Bristol

Frenchay Hospital was a former A&E hospital in North Bristol that closed in May of this year after the creation of the new ‘Super Hospital’

Derby Royal Infirmary
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Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Derby

Built in 1810 on land formerly part of Derby’s Castlefield estate the Derby Royal Infirmary served the local area until 2009 when the majority of

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Barrow Hosptial, Bristol ? The Phone Camera Experiement Part 2

Following on from my first post about taking shots on a camera phone I headed back to Barrow Hospital. This time armed with just the

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Barrow Hosptial, Bristol – The Phone Camera Experiement

I recently took delivery of a brand new Nokia Lumia 925 on trial. The reason of the trial was to test the phone and particularly

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Harperbury Hospital, Radlett

Harperbury was built as a specialised Mental Health/Learning Disability hospital built from the remains of hangers used in the first world war. It is now

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Bristol General Hospital, Bristol

The history of Bristol General dates back to 1832. The lack of any health care in the growing industrial areas of Bedminster and Redclife became

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Ystrad Mynach Hospital, Gwent

Ystrad Mynach Hospital closed in late 2011 to make way for the new £172m Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr hospital on the other side of the road.