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Report - St Luke's Hospital, Huddersfield, March 11.

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by NickUk, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. NickUk

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    After seeing jST and Kook's report on St Luke's Hospital, several weeks ago, it worked its way on to my to-do list, along with hundreds of other sites.
    This place had completely slipped my mind, until on Sunday, Myself and HiddenShadow were stuck for an explore after doing Terry's. So, after necessary nutrition in the form of large big mac meals, we headed for Huddersfield.
    Much to our dissapointment, all of the awesome stuff left over when jST and Kook did it was now gone, But it was still a crackin' afternoon.
    Big up to HiddenShadow!

    History knicked from jST...

    St Luke’s started a shutdown process in 2007 and finally closed fully to the public on the 22nd of December 2010. Mainly providing Neuro rehabilitation care, associated Occupational therapy, post cardiac disease rehabilitation, a Renal unit and seemingly unending semi stripped out wards.

    Based in and around the buildings of a former workhouse, the site is stepped over quite steep level changes. A three storey cruciform of 200m long glazed corridors serve and link the 1960’s blocks to the surrounding Victorian conversions.








    Thanks for looking,


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