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Report - st georges asylum, morpeth. feb 09

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by scrappy, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. scrappy

    scrappy 28DL Regular User
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    originally called Northumberland County Asylum, it was built in 1859 to house 200 patients costing £58,000 to build. it closed down in 1995. and getting in was proving to be a problem as its well boarded up! but persistence paid off! when you first get in you notice the damp smell straight away, and in places the wood floor has buckled up to 1 foot up! not the best explore ever but glad i got in, here some of the pics:-






    lecture room

    some names i recognize!

    and who did this?

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