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9. Hellingly Asylum  Main Hall  If abandoned asylums are seen as creepy places then names like Hellingly Asylum don’t help. On top of a hill overlooking the East Sussex countryside lie the decrepit remains of this once grand psychiatric hospital – soon to be no more.   Read more at http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/featured/most-incredible-abandoned-mental-asylums/19808?image=6#ohP1Fmmg3dEh0hiL.99

Main Hall If abandoned asylums are seen as creepy places then names like Hellingly Asylum don’t help. On top of a hill overlooking the East Sussex countryside lie the decrepit remains of this once grand psychiatric hospital – soon to be no more.

Hellingly Hospital, formerly the East Sussex County Asylum, Hellingly, UK- Partially Demolished

Hellingly Hospital, formerly the East Sussex County Asylum, Hellingly, UK- Partially Demolished

10 Most Incredible Abandoned Mental Asylums

“ brokenhyoids: “ Denbigh is another abandoned asylum in England. It was built in the mid to late and closed for good in The land owner has left the building to decay.

Hellingly Hospital, formerly the East Sussex County Asylum, Hellingly, UK- Partially Demolished

Hellingly Hospital, formerly the East Sussex County Asylum, Hellingly, UK- Partially Demolished

ST JOHNS ASYLUM aka LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY PAUPER LUNATIC ASYLUM, Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire, England.

ST JOHNS ASYLUM aka LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY PAUPER LUNATIC ASYLUM, Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire, England.

Park Prewett Mental Hospital | Abandoned Britain - Photographing Ruins

Park Prewett hospital near Baisingstoke was built in 1912 but was requisitioned before it could take any patients for use as a military hospital to treat wounded soldiers returning from the first world war.

Opened in 1888 as the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum, High Royds was designed by J. Vickers-Edwards and is arguably the finest example of a broad arrow layout. Self-contained like Hellingly and West Park, High Royds formerly boasted a library, surgery, butchers, dairy, tailor, sweetshop, bakers and cobblers – as well as its own railway system – and at one stage could house up to 1,300 patients. Today the energy of High Royds’ past residents is said to still be present despite its demise.

High Royds Asylum, Menston -one of the last surviving hospitals built using the broad-arrow echelon-plan (e. the arrangement of wards, services, and offices built within easy reach of each other via a network of interconnecting corridors).

Severalls Mental Hospital in Colchester, England. (Flickr/artwork_rebel/Rob Walker)

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