Seeing aerial photos of this hospital was quite astounding; the sheer size of the buildings along with the square footage of the grounds was immense, and some of it was even demolished! We made our way inside carefully, not knowing exactly what to expect, and things went off without a hitch. While setting up our photo gear, we heard some loud banging and other commotion from the area we came in... so we quietly moved away and explored the rest of the facility in cautious silence.
Like the other English institutions, the interior was disappointingly renovated, but the corridors and some wards still had the old time beauty of the original structure. It took most of the day to cover the place, and I don't think I was able to see all of the original building (St Luke's Division).
We returned to our point of entry to find it sealed up tight... luckily we were able to squeeze out of an overlooked access point nearby. A steeple peeked out of the woods to which we discovered the chapel, locked up tight but fun to shoot from the outside.