Llanberis Bomb Storage

Llanberis Bomb Storage Depo

Royal Air Force Llanberis was opened as an explosive storage unit in May 1941, close to the Snowdonian village of that name in north Wales. The site occupied a large complex of disused slate quarries and interlinking tunnels. Between 1941 and July 1956 when the unit closed it had been […]

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Whittingham Asylum, England

Whittingham Hospital opened officially on 1st April 1893, built by bricks made on site, the source being what became to be known as the duck pond. The hospital was built in four phases, the first being St Luke’s (the Main), followed by St John’s (the Annex), then Cameron House, and […]

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The North Wales Hospital, Denbigh

Denbigh Hospital, or North Wales Counties Lunatic Asylum, was opened in 1848. It would care for patients from the five northern Welsh Counties. Flint, Denbigh, Merioneth, Caenarvon and Anglesea. Closed in 1995, and has been neglected and is in a poor condition whilst a decision is made on its future.

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