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Report - Mundesley TB Hospital - Norfolk - August 2013

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Spark, Aug 22, 2013.

  1. Spark

    Spark 28DL Full Member
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    History: The centre was hailed as Europe's largest drug and alcohol clinic when it was set up in the historic former tuberculosis hospital in 1997 but administrators were called in during summer 2008 and the clinic was closed in 2009. Built in 1898/9 by the firm of Boulton and Paul of Norwich and opened in 1899 as a sanatorium for well-off patients, this was one of the first private hospitals of this kind to be built in England. The complex is a rare surviving example of a timber-framed prefabricated hospital building.

    The explore: Visited on a boiling hot afternoon with Zyge, Norfolkexplorer and His little one. The building was showing signs of neglect on the outside, but non of the less, this is an amazing looking building, with a pristine condition interior with some lights still working!

    On with the pics..











    Thanks for looking :)

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