Cane Hill Hospital
A historical account of the psychiatric hospital in Croydon, now closed and demolished.
Cane Hill Insane Asylum
Brings together a range of links covering the history and urban exploration of the hospital in Surrey, now closed.
Provides data and photographs on the remains of England and Wales' local authority funded mental hospitals.
Documents in photographs and memories the history of this former sanatorium, psychiatric hospital, elderly care home and boarding school. [Cheshire].
Derelict London Hospitals
Provides photographs and commentary on some of London's derelict hospitals and medical establishments.
High Royds Lunatic Asylum
Features extensive current and historical photography and archive material from this former psychiatric hospital which closed only in 2003. [West Yorkshire].
North Wales Hospital Historical Society
Formed to share memories of ex-staff and patients who came in contact with this former Victorian asylum; includes a history, details of reunions, photo galleries, and a collection of reminiscences. [Denbigh].
An online archive dedicated to the staff and patients of an Essex mental hospital, while it was open and since its closure in 1997.
Stanley Royd Hospital
An online archive dedicated to the former Pauper Lunatic Asylum in Wakefield, with articles and photographs about people, treatments, and the history of the building and its grounds.
Unlocking the Past
Focuses on the Royal Albert Hospital, an institution in Lancaster for patients with learning difficulties. Contains stories, memories, layout plans, photography and video. The institution closed in 1996. [Lancashire].
Features a directory of former workhouses in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, plus extensive information on workhouse life and the poor laws.