Yet Another trip to Mid Wales Hospital. With 6 inches of snow at Talgarth it proved too much to resist popping up to capture the
I have watched the gradual demise and demolition of Cane Hill over the past 18 months. Today I stopped in to check on progress. As
A return to the first asylum I ever visited. I have been here many times before and wasn’t intending to visit again but the news
Cane Hill was a psychiatric hospital in Coulsdon in the London Borough of Croydon. Built to handle patients unable to attend the Springfield and Brookwood
These are actually some images from another short visit in September. For previous visits and history check out the gallery for a full list.
It’s been a while since I’ve been out an about, no better way than to get back to one of the best asylum sites in
After Mid Wales the plan had to been to return home but another detour on route took us to Bristol’s own ‘City Asylum’ – Glenside
After Pen-Y-Fal another trip to Mid Wales was in order. Even in the space of a month from my last visit things have gone down
Stopped for a quick look at the converted The Monmouthshire County Asylum, formerly known as the Joint Counties Asylum for Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, Radnorshire and Breconshire.
Previously known as Mid Wales Asylum or Mid Wales Counties of Breconshire and Radnorshire Asylum to be fully precise. I visited this site just over
I visited Severalls just under a year ago and it was thought at that time that demolition/conversion was likely to happen any given day. But
A quick return to the iconic Cane Hill Hospital to see the progress of demolition. Given I was working around the corner today it would