Hospitals & Asylums

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Explore #40a(revisit): Cambridge Military Hospital (x-ray wards and main hospital), Aldershot, Hampshire – October 2014

I had unfinished business at this large site, after my first visit to CMH in March 2014 ended with being busted after I had only explored the maternity wards. History The Cambridge Military Hospital, built by Messrs Martin Wells and Co. of Aldershot, was located at Stanhope Lines. It was named after Prince George, Duke of Cambridge and opened on 18 July 1879. In the First World War, the Cambridge Hospital was the first base hospital to receive casualties directly…

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Explore #105: School JKMD, Germany – September 2014

Explore #6 of the Taking the Piscine Tour After a revisit to the abandoned Alla Italia spa in Belgium, we then headed into Germany, stopping off for an hour at this former school and monastery. ***UPDATE JULY 2017: PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SITE IS NOW IN PRIVATE OWNERSHIP, AND SHOULD NOT BE ENTERED WITHOUT THE OWNER’S PERMISSION*** History Built in 1909 as a Franciscan school and monastery, it originally housed about 600 physically and mentally disabled people. However the rise…

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Explore #98: Krankenhaus von rollstühlen, aka Hospital of wheelchairs, Germany – August 2014

Explore #10 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Four After three long days of exploring from dawn to dusk it was finally time for James and I to point his trusty Seat Ibiza West and head home. But we weren’t quite finished yet – what better way to break up the massive drive from Berlin to Calais than by adding yet more distance with detours via a couple more sites on our way! After yet another stupidly early start…

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