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Report - West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum (High Royds Hospital) - Menston - July 2011

Carbonel

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
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Visited twice recently with LanceUppercut, lots of history on other reports. On our first mooch we visited the Pharmacy and Hebdon House. Noticed the security patrol wandering about - we didn't have the pleasure of meeting during our explore, but (epic fail) we stayed late and got locked in the car park. Having learnt that lesson, we parked more subtly on the second trip and had a look round the buildings behind Admin. Sec was persistent in hanging around the area with us though, so after some amusing stalking all round, it became obvious we wouldn't be getting much further and decided to call it a day.

For info, in the short time between our two visits the diggers have started to tear chunks out of the windowed corridor behind the High Royds social club, and the main corridor that runs behind Hebdon House has had its windows removed and a sign written on it saying it's for demolition.

Planning the return trip shortly!

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Thanks for looking,
 

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