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St Lukes Hospital Huddersfield

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St Lukes Hospital Huddersfield

Post by Yorbex Admin on Sun Oct 02, 2016 4:31 pm

Originally Crosland Moor workhouse, designed by John Kirk, located at the south side of Barton Road (now Blackmoorfoot Road) at the south-west of Huddersfield. Its opening, on Friday 9th August 1872,

St Luke’s started a shutdown process in 2007 and finally closed fully to the public on the 22nd of December 2010. Mainly providing Neuro rehabilitation care, associated Occupational therapy, post cardiac disease rehabilitation, a Renal unit and seemingly unending semi stripped out wards.

Based in and around the buildings of the former workhouse, the site is stepped over quite steep level changes. A three storey cruciform of 200m long glazed corridors serve and link the 1960’s blocks to the surrounding Victorian conversions.

There are numerous stories of this place been haunted by paupers of the workhouse and is a very very creepy place.

This has since been demolished to make way for houses.

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