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Report - St. Michaels Hospital, Aylsham, Norfolk - 28/10/07

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Speed, Oct 28, 2007.

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    A smallish hospital, started off as a workhouse and evolved from there with several modern additions. Most closed in 2002 and i think some more in 2005 and some minor parts are still open but not much.

    Didnt relly know what to expect but it was plesently surprising, definatly didnt expect to find x-rays and pools and stuff thats for sure. Pics are absolute toss but there you go.

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    Climbed the tower, one single ladder all the way up :/ but there was no way to see out from the top!! most dissapointing.

    Headed into a maze of wards. All pretty stripped, floor had been taken up to remove the asbestos in alot of the corridoors.

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    Headed through to the older, grander looking parts but alas it was all well stripped and on its way to being flats i would assume!

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    Couldnt get directly behind the clock, it was through a hatch 10foot up in the air.

    Thinking it was a bit crap we headed back down via reception

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    On our way out we pass a door saying 'x-ray'

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    And then another marked Hydrotheripy

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    And that was it. Didnt see a morge, boilers still there but not very interesting... pitty we didnt get there before the asbestos guys went in tbh
     

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