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Report - St Margaret's hospital, Great Barr

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Derelict-UK, May 31, 2006.

  1. Derelict-UK

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    (This is the Lower Section of the hospital)

    After driving round and round trying to get close, I finally found St Margaret's Church which has the best way down to the hospital, At first I went down the main closed off road (on foot) and came up to the lower mansion house, went round that and then got spooked by a few workers so decided to head back and come back on sunday when they might not be working.

    So I went back to the church and noticed a building nearby under the crackling powerlines, so I took pics of that. I wandered down the path for a further view and stumbled upon this view...

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    Probably the biggest site of derelict buildings in the middle of nowhere I have ever seen.

    Anyway as follows are my pics, I am going back on Sunday to see if I can get up top.

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