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Old 18th Apr 12, 18:03
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Arrow Wolverhampton Royal Hospital, April 2012

This is one of the few sections left of the Wolverhampton Royal Hospital. The wing was built in 1937 it contained the following depmartments:

Basement: Occupational Therapy, Swimming Pool, Instrument Curator.

Ground 1st Floor: Graham Adams, Scott / Twentyman, Harper Millar wards.

2nd and 3rd Floors: Sheldon / Langley wards.

4th Floor: Maxillo-Facial Surgery.

The whole site was closed in 1997. Tescos now own it and according to their masterplan the plan to use the existing entrance building as a front for their store. The older Nurses building is also still standing. I don't see room for this building on their new plan so I wonder why it still stands.

Visited with donebythehands. With a big thanks to mother nature for allowing us access.




Roof pictures.

Basement swimming pool.



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