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Report - Talgarth Asylum - Brecon - July 2012

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by gangster359, Jul 15, 2012.

  1. gangster359

    gangster359 28DL Member
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    Paid this site a visit but found it difficult to get in to the main hospital building. These photos are of the ancillary (and I assume, newer) building in the courtyard. We will most definitely be back for another explore! There was a rather keen looking guard dog in a compound close to the main entrance.


    Approaching the hospital, I imagine this would have been an incredibly frightening experience for new patients of the day.


    Chimney and tower.


    Freaky graffiti.


    Chapel, appears to still be active.


    Bathroom inside one of the outer buildings.


    Nature reclaiming the floor of an old ward.


    Ward fire instructions.



    Cushions in a storage cupboard.

    We attempted to have a look around the main wings but darkness was fast approaching and a close run-in with the dog persuaded us to retreat to a nearby kebab shop for a debrief!

    Great site and well worth a visit.

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