The new Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Birmingham) under construction, close to the original 1930s building. The replacement building opened in 2010.

The new Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Birmingham) under construction, close to the original 1930s building. The replacement building opened in 2010.

West Wing, Birmingham Accident Hospital

West Wing, Birmingham Accident Hospital

Building of former Birmingham Accident Hospital, Bath Row, Birmingham

Building of former Birmingham Accident Hospital, Bath Row, Birmingham

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Glasgow Royal Infirmary, early 80s.

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Glasgow Royal Infirmary, early 80s.

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Glasgow Royal Infirmary, built 1914, photographed in 1979

Glasgow Royal Infirmary, built 1914, photographed in 1979

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Abandoned Island in the Middle of NYC

Located in between Queens and the Bronx, in 1885 the island was used to build a hospital complex to quarantine and treat people suffering from smallpox and typhoid fever. In the 1950’s it was turned into a rehab center. The entire island has been abandoned since 1963…More

I need to go. 

oh please, please take me here. take me here, and to montauk, and all the creepy abandoned places in new york. please PLEASE itd be the most romantic thing ever. 

I wanna move there. Clean up the place and keep it to myself. It’d be quite the commute for grocery shopping, but it’d be worth it.

Royal Waterloo Hospital (with Boris Bike Station)

Royal Waterloo Hospital (with Boris Bike Station)

St James’ Palace, London, 1905 - originally a leper hospital, founded 1190, immortalised in the song St James’ Infirmary. 

St James’ Palace, London, 1905 - originally a leper hospital, founded 1190, immortalised in the song St James’ Infirmary

The Lister Hospital, Chelsea

The Lister Hospital, Chelsea

St Mark’s Church, Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry.  The church closed in 1972 and the building was taken over by Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital, which occupies the site across the road to the left in this photograph.

St Mark’s Church, Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry.  The church closed in 1972 and the building was taken over by Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital, which occupies the site across the road to the left in this photograph.

Royal Waterloo Hospital for Children and Women, Waterloo, London.  Closed 1976, this building is English Heritage Grade II listed.

Royal Waterloo Hospital for Children and Women, Waterloo, London.  Closed 1976, this building is English Heritage Grade II listed.