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A ramshackle cottage on St. Johns River. Accessible only by boat. Album in comments. [OC][6000x4000]

A ramshackle cottage on St. Accessible only by boat. Album in comments.

Tree Arch, St John’s Church, Chester, England

Tree Arch, St John’s Church, Chester, England. Abandoned church in ruins.

top one is Denbigh Hospital. The forked corridor and the mortuary is High Royds. The yellow and black striped "hazard room" is an art installation at Deva Asylum. The forked staircase is St John's Hospital Lincoln. The dentist's room is Cane Hill.

Abandoned mental asylum.

Abandoned Mental Hospital - amazing how the place looks like everyone just got up and walked out!

St John's Mental Hospital, Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire, England. The hospital closed down in 1990 and the original hospital buildings are classified as Grade ll listed buildings and are protected from demolition. During redevelopment of the hospital site, a number of these protected buildings were refurbished and converted into flats and offices. Picture shows the Grand Staircase which was in the Administration Building.

Bethlem Royal Hospital or Bedlam asylum was a popular attraction in the century. Spectators would pay to watch the patients: people suffering from mental illness. Or they could wait until Tuesday when admission was free.

A Nation Of Shopkeepers by John Claridge | Spitalfields Life

John Claridge’s photograph of the abandoned Ross Bakeries shop, Quaker Street, London, 1966 (via Spitalfields Life)

St. John’s Hospital/Lincolnshire County Pauper Lunatic Asylum #abandonment #abandoned

John’s Hospital/Lincolnshire County Pauper Lunatic Asylum - Grand stairways of history

Beautiful Abandoned Places...Entrance to St Johns Mental Asylum in Bracebridge Heath, England.

The Beauty of Abandon by Andrew Coogan - The grand entrance staircase of the now abandoned St Johns Mental Asylum, Bracebridge Heath, Lincoln UK

St. John's Asylum, Lincolnshire opened in 1852, built to house 250 patients but was enlarged at a later date.

St John’s Asylum. pened in 1852 based on designs by John R. St John’s was shut down in 1989 and bought by developers who have converted half of the site into houses, but the main asylum buildings are Grade II listed and so cannot be demolished.

St Johns Asylum aka The Lincolnshire County Pauper Lunatic Asylum Staircase. Lincolnshire, England.

St Johns Asylum aka The Lincolnshire County Pauper Lunatic Asylum, Lincolnshire, England.

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