A tuberculosis sanatorium in Italy that later became a general hospital with a huge chapel and traditional Italian architecture.
Opening in 1908 the Cardiff City Asylum had space for 750 psychiatric patients. The hospital closed in 2016 after being deemed unsuitable for modern services.
An abandoned asylum in Ireland with many items remaining, plenty of decay and a lot of history.
A hospital in London dating back to the 1750s with an interesting history. Home to the Elephant Man for a time, the hospital has now moved to new premises.
A Scottish asylum with plenty of interesting features remaining, including original cells, a nice hall and plenty of featureful corridors.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital was founded in 1914. A new hospital was built in 2015 to replace the old buildings so we had a look around while they moved out.
Ospedale SC is an abandoned hospital in Italy that specialised in lung diseases and heart conditions. The hospital closed in 2007.
A train that was used as an ambulance and mobile hospital in Germany. The train is well preserved and in good condition.
Starting out as a Union Workhouse, Selly Oak hospital was expanded over the years. The hospital closed in 2012 and services were relocated to a new purpose built hospital nearby.
A seminary in France that was later used as a hospital. An impressive chapel remains.