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Thread: St. Johns Lunatic Asylum Lincoln 03/2010

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    Default St. Johns Lunatic Asylum Lincoln 03/2010


    St john's Asylum also known as Lincolnshire County Lunatic Asylum among other's was built in 1852 and been Enlarged on several occasions, the hospital was originally set in 120 acre's of grounds which included gardens farmland and a burial ground the hospital finally closed in 1989 and is currently under redevelopment most of the interior is stripped away but there are still some interesting feature's to be found. Mick also told us that a certain pop star from the eighties has just made his comeback video at St. Johns not nameing any names but he had a big hit with cars amoungst others in the eighties......

























































    Last edited by RichardB; 19th Mar 10 at 05:50. Reason: Removed reference to security

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    I did a few drawings of this years back,nice to see some photos of it,I haven't seen the place in years,good shots.
    Thanks for the memories.

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    some real nice shots there! wouldnt mind getting back here sometime

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    nice report and great shots.

    gotta love that staircase :)


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