Mansfield General Hospital History
This one was a revisit and there isn’t a lot to add history or update wise so for that sort of stuff check out the post from my first visit in October 2012 here. Briefly Mansfield General Hospital was originally built in 1889 and was finally demolished over a 6 month period in 20013/20014 after being left abandoned for over 20 years.
Well this was an interesting one… slightly larger group than normal there were 7 of us and that was even with a man down who unfortunately couldn’t make it after missing his coach! Bad times mate! Visited with Sam The Mule, Pete, Sonyes, Travis, Mr Bones and Corynn. We arrived early and waited for the sun to rise in the morgue before heading out to explore! Covered all the fun bits, the X-ray rooms, Wards, Main Staircase and the classroom / physiotherapy room as well as the nurses accommodation (or at least that’s what Im lead to believe that building was) We also found the incinerator which used to be used to burn biological waste… Fun times all round :). Revisits sound like a good idea Monday evenings between 7-9 lol (this might make more sense when you see the last photo 🙂 )
A couple of externals as we left…
And finally a few group shots and portraits…
One final one for comedy value that I spotted on the way out, no graff just comical natural decay… read the sign 😉
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