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Derby Royal Infirmary

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 the services were transferred to the new Derby Royal ‘Super’ Hospital. The additional buildings added over the last 100 years have created a somewhat mismatch of designs and styles.  The whole site is due for demolition as part of a wider regeneration of the surrounding area.

 

 

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9 comments

  1. Can’t remember it, but this is where I was born 80 years ago.

  2. I had major surgery there in November 1998.
    I was on ward 21.
    Does anyone have any photo’s of that particular ward?

  3. I worked at the DRI in 1980, in the cssd, it was the best job, I met great friends (which most have died, but I loved it there , I am really going to miss the DRI and wished I had visited it before they stopped you coming in one last time to remember my time there

  4. 5-10 people. Are you taking the piss?

  5. I am wanting to visit here tonight dose anyone know if its still standing or have they started to demolish yet? Also is it dificuilt to get past he security as we are a group of 5-10??

  6. I went today! It was killer, very interesting and adrenaline pumping after triying to stay away from gards ( they dident catch us.) the place is stuck in time from when it was shut down. We were fortunate enough to bump into 2 lads that new there way around, because it would be impossible to get around,

  7. Great work, really interesting stuff.

  8. Thank you for putting this up! I remember treading the floor many times as I kept having to visit due to a bad knee. Looks Erie now! Excellent photographs 🙂

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