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mookster

grumpy sod
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It's a little niggle but West Park closed in 2003, not 2009 - and of course half the buildings are still an active hospital ;)

It also looks as if it's only the main hall of Tone Vale still derelict as that ward looks very converted on google maps.

Also I believe the pub/b&b in the admin of St. Mary's Stannington has now also closed as well.

St Crispins has been destroyed. Went during October and there were no buildings left, just new housing :(
You mustn't have been looking in the right place. The main bulk of the wards are still there in a derelict state.
 

tumbles

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It's a little niggle but West Park closed in 2003, not 2009 - and of course half the buildings are still an active hospital ;)

It also looks as if it's only the main hall of Tone Vale still derelict as that ward looks very converted on google maps.

Also I believe the pub/b&b in the admin of St. Mary's Stannington has now also closed as well.



You mustn't have been looking in the right place. The main bulk of the wards are still there in a derelict state.
Well most of it closed in 2003 but yeah its a mute point.

Main Hall at TV has been completely demolished now actually. Probably need to update. St Mary's Inn is indeed closed.. it was a great eat when I was passing on work. The developers up there are woeful.
 

Krypton

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I was poking about at Winterton the other day. The chapel still remains and has recently been converted into a gym. They've done a lovely job. Theres also a couple of ward blocks still standing.
 

anonurbex

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Updated for 2018

Demolished (37/128)
Hospital NameCountyClosedNotes
Bedford Asylum, BedfordBedfordshire1860
Fountain Mental Hospital, TootingLondon1963
Banstead, BansteadMiddlesex1986
Darenth Park HospitalKent1988
Naburn, Fulford, YorkYorkshire1988
Broadgate, BeverlyYorkshire1989
Cane Hill, CoulsdonSurrey1991Admin, Water Tower, Chapel & Cottage Hospital retained
St John’s, StoneBuckinghamshire1991
Rainhill, PrescotLancashire1992
Rubery Hill, BirminghamWarickshire1993
Carlton Hayes, NarboroughLeicestershire1994
Clifton, YorkYorkshire1994
Coney Hill, GloucesterGloucestershire1994
Hellingly,HellinglySussex1994
Calderstones, ClitheroeLancashire1995
Caterham Mental HospitalLondon1995
St Matthew’s, BurntwoodStaffordshire1995Chapel remains
Whittingham, PrestonLancashire1995Facia of admin retained
Tooting Bec Mental Hospital, TootingLondon1995
Barnsley Hall, BirminghamWorcestershire1996
Parc Hospital, BridgendGlamorgan1996
Winterton, Sedgefield, DurhamCounty Durham1996
De La Pole,Willerby, Hull, HumbersideYorkshire1997Chapel remains - used as a funeral venue (multi-faith)
Severalls, ColchesterEssex1997Admin & Water Tower Retained
Winwick, WarringtonLancashire1997Chapel remains
Bexley, DartfordLondon1998Chapel remains
Cherry Knowle, Ryhope, SunderlandCounty Durham1998
Shenley, ShenleyHertfordshire1998Chapel & Water Tower remains
St George’s, MorpethNorthumberland1999Admin block retained, rest demolished
Warlingham, WarlinghamSurrey1999Water tower remains
St Lawrence’s, BodminCornwall2002Original radial buldings converted. Foster annex demolished in 2014
Countess Of Chester, ChesterChesire2005
Barrow Hospital, Barrow GurneySomerset2008
St Ebba’s Hospital, EpsomLondon2009Mostly demolished, water tower & 2-3 other wards open/derlict
St Lukes, Middlesbrough, ClevelandYorkshire2009
Kingsway, DerbyDerbyshire2010
Runwell, ChelmsfordEssex2010Admin, chapel & water tower retained

Converted (63/128)
Hospital NameCountyClosedNotes
Royal Holloway, Virginia WaterSurrey1982
The Lawn, LincolnLincolnshire1985
The Coppice, NottinghamNottinghamshire1986
Digby, ExeterDevon1987
Saxondale, NottinghamNottinghamshire1987
Horton Road, GloucesterGloucestershire1988
Powick, Powick, Hereford & WorcesterWorcestershire1989
Mendip, WellsSomerset1991
Fulbourn, CambridgeCambridgeshire1992
Herrison, DorchesterDorset1992
Long Grove Hospital, EpsomLondon1992
St Augustine’s, CanterburyKent1992
Whitecroft, Newport, Isle Of WightHampshire1992
Friern, BarnetMiddlesex1993
Glenside, BristolGloucestershire1993
Moorhaven, PlymouthDevon1993
St Audry’s Hospital, WoodbridgeSuffolk1993
Brookwood, WokingSurrey1994
Exminster, ExeterDevon1994
Mapperley, NottinghamNottinghamshire1994
Netherne, HooleySurrey1994
Oakwood, MaidstoneKent1994
Pastures, DerbyDerbyshire1994
St Mary’s, Burghill,Herefordshire1994
Claybury, RedbridgeLondon1995
Hill End, St Alban’sHertfordshire1995
Leavesden, Abbots LangleyHertfordshire1995
Roundway, DevizesWiltshire1995
Scalebor Park, Burley In WharfedaleYorkshire1995
St Georges, Stafford, StaffordshireStaffordshire1995
St Francis, Haywards Heath Sussex1995
St Mary’s, North SaltwickCounty Durham1995Admin converted to pub/b&b - some other buildings remain
Stanley Royd, WakefieldYorkshire1995
Tone Vale, TautonSomerset1995One ward to right of admin & main hall still derelict
Central Hospital, HattonWarwickshire1996
Hollymoor, BirminghamWarwickshire1996
Knowle, FarehamHampshire1996
Littlemore, OxfordOxfordshire1996
Manor Hospital, EpsomLondon1996
Park Prewett, Sherbourne St JohnHampshire1996
Pen-Y-Fal Hospital AbergavennyMonmouthshire1996Chapel remains derelict
Royal Albert, LancasterLancashire1996
Fairfield, StotfoldBedfordshire1997
Horton Asylum, EpsomLondon1997
Parkside, MacclesfieldCheshire1997
Prestwich, ManchesterLancashire1997
Royal Earlswood, RedhillSurrey1997
Normansfield, KingstonLondon1997
Napsbury, St Alban’sMiddlesex1998
Garlands, Carleton, CarlisleCumbria1999
Lancaster Moor, LancasterLancashire1999South buildings under demolition/conversion.
Middlewood, Wadsley Park, SheffieldYorkshire1999
All Saints, Winson Green, BirminghamWarwickshire2000
St Edwards, Cheddleton, StaffordshireStaffordshire2001
Graylingwell, ChichesterSussex2002
Warley, BrentwoodEssex2002
Fairmile, CholseyOxfordshire2003
High Royds, MenstonYorkshire2003Few wards still derlict to west of site
The Towers, HumberstoneLeicestershire2005Some small parts still derelict
Stone House Hospital, DartfordKent2007
West Park, EpsomLondon2009
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (Shelton), ShrewsburyShropshire2013

Still Open (18/128)
Hospital NameCountyNotes
Glanrhyd Hospital, BridgendGlamorgan
Bethlem Royal HospitalLondonThe oldest asylum in UK
Broadmoor Hospital, CrowthorneSurreyPlans to replace original asylum buildings
Cheadle Royal, CheadleCheshire
Cefn Coed HospitalGlamorganParitally Closed - Full closure by 2021
Hellsdeon Hospital, NorfolkNorfolk
Maudsley, SouthwarkLondon
Springfield, WandsworthSurrey
St Andrew’s, NorthamptonNorthamptonshire
St Cadoc’s Hospital, NewportMonmouthshire
St James’s, PortsmouthHampshireClosure in 2019
St Luke’s, LondonLondon
St Martin’s, CanterburyKent
St Nicholas’s, Coxlodge, NewcastleNorthumberland
St Bernard’s, EalingMiddlesex
The Retreat, YorkYorkshire
Warneford, Headington, OxfordshireOxfordshire
Wonford House, ExeterDevon

Derelict or Part Demolished (11/128)
Hospital NameCountyClosedNotes
St John’s, Bracebridge HeathLincolnshire1989Main Building still derelict
Storthes Hall, KirkburtonYorkshire1991Only Admin Building & Mortuary Remains
North Wales Hospital, DenbighDenbighshire1995Council implementing CPO
St Crispins, DustonNorthamptonshire1995Some Derelict Buildings - Recent Fire Damage
Rauceby, SleafordLincolnshire1997Original Block + Chapel Derelict
St Andrew’s, NorwichNorfolk1998Some of annex to north remains and is grade 2* listed
Mid Wales Hospital, TalgarthBreconshire2000Derelict/For Sale
St David’s Hospital, CarmarthenCarmarthenshire2002Council owned/Some buildings in use
Goodmayes, ChadwellEssex2012Some buildings still in use
St Clement’s Hospital, IpswichSuffolk2016Conversion Underway
Whitchurch Hospital, WhitchurchGlamorgan2016Closed/Awaiting Conversion

County Asylums

Asylum & Hospital Google Map (Green = Open | Yellow = Derelict | Red = Converted/Demolished)

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Chiltern wing, Sutton Hospital is coming down imminently. Access is no longer so readily accessible...lots of security cams and police presence. They are now building a prefab secondary school.
 

tumbles

Trip Hopping
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Chiltern wing, Sutton Hospital is coming down imminently. Access is no longer so readily accessible...lots of security cams and police presence. They are now building a prefab secondary school.[/QUOTE]

Sutton Hospital wasn't an Asylum unless I've missed something?
 

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