Pictures: Inside St. Senan’s Psychiatric Hospital.

The guys over at Uncharted Ireland have uploaded a lot of interesting photographs over the past couple of months. More recently, they uploaded photographs of St. Senan’s Psychiatric Hospital in Enniscorthy – an old red-brick building was originally opened during the 1800s as the “Lunatic Asylum for the Insane Poor of Mind”.

An abandoned wheelchair:

bathrooms

Hospital beds that have been stripped bare:

beds

A wheelchair that reads “Cardiac Cath Lab”:

cardiac-cath-lab

Aerie-looking corridors:

corridor

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Empty rooms:

empty-room

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What looks to be a reception area:

reception

The staff canteen:

staff-canteen

An old stairway:

stairway

A weathered swing set:

swing-set

Teddy bear:

teddy-bear

Trolley dolly – a makeshift cart that was probably used to carry around refreshments:

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wheelchair

If you want to see more interesting photographs like these, be sure to check out the Uncharted Ireland Facebook page!

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