A rare example of a padded cell still in situ. This Pocock Brother's padded cell is in the Royal Hospital Haslar, a Naval hospital in Gosport.
The Central Bathhouse, part of the Men's Sanatorium at the Beelitz Military Hospital Complex is an amazing ornate building with many stunning features.
Beelitz-Heilstätten Military Hospital Beelitz Heilstätten is a large abandoned hospital in Germany. The complex comprises around 60 buildings built from 1898 to the plans of architect Heino Schmieden. The buildings were built in the German Country Style, with impressive brickwork. From 1898 until 1930 the Beelitz Heilstätten complex served as sanatorium for lung diseases. At the time lung diseases were commonplace and many such as tuberculosis were often fatal. During the First World War the sanatorium was used as a field hospital to treat casualties of the newly developed[...]