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Report - St. Augustine's, Kent County Asylum Jan 2010

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by justcurious, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. justcurious

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    St. Augustine's Hospital at Chartham near Canturbury was designed by John Giles & Gough
    and opened in 1875 and closed in 1992. The main site has been redeveloped into housing incorporating the all-important water tower, chapel and some of the other original building. However there remains 4 building undeveloped. Possibly the secure/seclusion Hospital. These are newer than the original hospital and are currently boarded up and fenced off.
    This can be seen on google maps.

    So since I was in the area I decided to have a look around with bicycle, touch and camera in hand.

    All the exterior windows have been borded so lighting is not perfect in the corridors. I did my best.

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    These pictures were taken in this building. The one with the interesting layout as can be seen on google maps.
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    Hope you like (there are more pictures on flickr).
    This is my first report so don't be too harsh :) but constructive criticism is welcome
     

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  2. justcurious

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    I did do a search on the forum but I used an apostrophe. I never saw that report. Not much has changed by the look of it. Watch out for the large holes in the floor.

    Here are a few more shots,
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    That's it.
     
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