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Report - carmarthen infirmiry, 7/8/08



justjay

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The Victorian former infirmary in Carmarthen, built in 1858 – described as one of the few remaining examples in existence – has fallen into disrepair since it was last used by the NHS in 1996.

The Grade II listed building was purpose-built in 1858 and paid for by public subscription. It was designed by William Wesley Jenkins, an architect whose family were well connected with the town.





Access is a little difficult, especially in a crowded town centre on a Saturday afternoon but we were quickly in, nothing broken.

Once inside, there were many things to see.

people visited:- evo-mad,hood-mad,chris and my self

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this is the only thing stopping the bulding from being pulled down.

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not the best pics but hope you like them!

this place is dude to be taken down soon just waiting for planning i belive!!
 

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