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Report - St Gerards Hospital - Coleshill - December 2013

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Kinger, Jan 11, 2014.

  1. Kinger

    Kinger 28DL Regular User
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    St Gerards Hospital

    It was way back in September 2012 that I last posted a report
    In that time I (and Markymark too incidentally!) have become a Dad and moved, so me running off for UE was way down the families list of priorities for a while!
    That’s not to say that the fire wasn’t still burning inside…

    Visited with Markymark and Montstar
    We visited this site as part of a “Crimbo Limbo†tour around the Midlands whilst we all had some time off from work.
    So expect a few reports to be popping up from me in the next few days.
    Nothing epic, well, not that I’m going to be posting here anyway…

    St Gerard’s Orthopaedic Hospital was part of Father Hudson’s Society buildings across the UK.
    It provided services for locals and the neighbouring boys school, along with care for orphaned kiddies of early to mid 1900′s.
    The chain of society buildings started to close in the 1980′s.
    Due to changes in NHS funding and how orphaned children were dealt with as a whole.
    St Gerard’s closed in 1988.

    This place is a little gem. Some very nice details to be captured.


    Not much more than an old wooden framed hall. But interesting nonetheless…
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    Thanks for looking,

    Kinger.
     

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