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Report - 2nd visit to Barrow Hospital, Bristol - March 2014

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by erie, Mar 5, 2014.

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    erie 28DL Full Member
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    Barrow Hospital was built in the 1930s and used as a naval hospital during WW2. At its peak in the 1970s it held 453 residents. But by 2004 only 3 residential buildings remained open. In 2005 Barrow Hospital was found to be the dirtiest hospital in the country, forcing it to close immediately (summer 2006) 2 years ahead of planned closure.

    I revisited Barrow with Tumbles this weekend where we explored more of the site than I had the time before. I am so glad I got to see whats left of the site as it is on its last legs.

    These photos are taken using a disposable camera:







    And these photos are taken with my Iphone 5 (yet to get a camera):






    I am studying illustration and have done this last project mainly on Barrow Hospital, I will be posting images of my final piece either this weekend or after my deadline on monday, so check out my blog after the weekend ERIN CLARK

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