Reports on Asylums & Hospitals

Padded Cell and ‘G’ Block

October 23, 2016 UrbexCamo 0

This is the psychiatric ward otherwise known as ‘G’ Block of the Royal Hospital Haslar. ‘G’ Block mainly served as the Psychiatric Block of the hospital following the move of the Asylum from the ground […]

The Old Manor Hospital, Salisbury

August 14, 2016 UrbexCamo 5

The Old Manor Hospital was a psychiatric hospital in Salisbury Wiltshire, England. It functioned first as a Victorian private licensed house called Fisherton House or Fisherton House Asylum from the early 19th century.  It was the […]

Mooregreen Hospital, Southampton

May 5, 2016 UrbexCamo 0

“Mooregreen Hospital was built in 1848 at a cost of £7000 as the South Stoneham Union Workhouse to the designs of Charles Henman, implemented by William Hinves. The name was subsequently changed to West End […]

Royal Hospital Haslar, Gosport

April 15, 2016 UrbexCamo 2

“Since 1753, The Royal Hospital Haslar in Gosport has provided medical care to the service personnel of the Royal Navy, and latterly, to the Army and RAF, and, in more recent years, civilians, too. The […]