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Clayton Hospital, Wakefield, May 2014

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Black

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Clayton Hospital is named after Thomas Clayton, mayor of Wakefield (1854)
opened in 1876, while the new building opened in 1879
with a capacity of 200
closed in 2012.
The buildings are dire because of chavas and pikies,
no furnishings or fittings remain.

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via tower
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UrbanX

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Absolutely stunning. I didn't even know this existed, thanks for sharing! :)
 

Surlaw

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Just visited here tonight, posting this from outside.

Me and my friends just went in and found a bag head, bagged out in a room down the corridor to the left of where we entered.

Thanks for sharing this place
 

genna8

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Excellent I must put this on my to do list. Grest photos - shows you can get some great shots even when only the shell of a structure remains. Well done.
 

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