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Report - Cheadle Royal Hospital, Hume - June 2021


elizab2th

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As someone new to urban exploring, this is by far one of my favourite places!

Found in Cheadle, Manchester, is Cheadle's abandoned Royal Hospital, formerly known as the Manchester Royal Lunatic Asylum. It opened it 1766 by Richard Lane, however relocated to Cheadle in 1849. Voluntary patients were began to be admitted in 1863. As time went by, more and more patients were relocated to the hospital having beds for 80 people. During 2010, the priory group, which provides comprehensive inpatient mental health treatments, acquired the majority of the original site. One of the buildings were left behind, this is known as the South House.

The layout of the building is very unique and beautiful, despite the roof being burnt down.

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All though the building was large and had lot's of rooms to look at it didn't take us long to look at the entirety of the building. Once inside it was quite easy to get into.

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Throughout the building there was some interesting things left behind including the remains of an old elevator and the parts of it.

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TW94

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Mega! Tried to find this place the other day couldn’t find it whatsoever! Ended up going to a mill in greater Manchester!
 

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