Mansfield General Hospital

Mansfield General Hospital closed during the 1990s. It was bought by a local businessman who intends to do something with the site, but hasn’t yet. The hospital is also situated bang in the middle of a housing estate – the local residents are not pleased with the eyesore. And don’t like strangers poking around in their area…

The whole explore was quite “tense”. Two of our group got busted by security and told us they were inside looking for us. So we had a very quick look round and made a swift exit! Thus, not many photos of the rather peely interior…

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20 Responses to Mansfield General Hospital

  1. laptopbabe says:

    Go get some more well done first insight into what it really is like ,how safe the building is is a serious issue would love to see the actual condition of the floors ceilings roof etc.

  2. mandy says:

    intresting to see i had been told that there are still beds on some of the wards, did you feel like it was haunted if yeah id love to go a tour around one night, would the owner be up for richard felix etc to attend that might swing it.

  3. mandy says:

    intresting to see i had been told that there are still beds on some of the wards, did you feel like it was haunted if yeah id love to go a tour around one night, would the owner be up for richard felix etc to attend that might swing it.

  4. Carol says:

    I had my appendix out 36 years ago at that hospital and it’s sad to see how it looks now.

  5. richard says:

    had alook round recently very hard to get in to very creepy all the body trays still in the morg spooky noises to

  6. richard says:

    very good picks mate all still the same there sapoes to be nocking it down have started doing service trenches it will be like that 4 ages

  7. joe c says:

    very good pics, although myself and a few friends of mine camped within the hospital about 8years ago. we found the morgue, sports hall and little stage theatre. it seems alot different now as when we were there we found the old beds, records, medical instruments, old xray equipment ect…. it seemed a whole lot more thrilling back then.

  8. Dot says:

    Seems it has now made the local rag

  9. brian caldwell says:

    I assume that the government selected the purchaser of this site. Bad choice.

  10. ugly77 says:

    just got back from here the decay is awesome a report will be up on derelict places shortly only a quick visit on way back from our main site wish we had gone here first!
    love the pics dude great work

  11. p davies says:

    i saw these pics a few weeks bak and desided to av a look round and security got me too but unfortunatly their is no mention on here of the german shepard that patrols or the other security they’ve got going
    i recieved a caution for trespassing and because i had a utility tool which had pliers i also got charged with going equipped!!!

  12. Anonymous - Group says:

    Me and a group of friends are intent on getting in, can you answer some questions? how heavys the security? Entrance ect? and when we went in it was very cold…? explanation?

  13. derelicte says:

    Anonymous Group – if you went in and it was cold, why are you asking how to get in!? FFS.

  14. kenneth osborne says:

    i like the pictures of the old genrel hospital in mansfieled if ever you go again would be a pleasure to go with you in there good work thanks ken

  15. jacko says:

    just to give few tips i live in the area and i am planning a visit soon i belive that security is one man who is sometimes leanient however due to the area the locals can see where you enter and apparently contact the security guard via phone and provide details.
    definiatlety worth a visit though 🙂

  16. Joanne says:

    Me and a friend got into the actual yard a few years back. It was a great deal of effort (and a bad choice) to go under the four or so fences around the front (we didn’t know any other way), and as soon as we were on the yard, this security guy and his very scary German Shephard busted us. He was actually pretty pleasant, although I don’t know if that was due to us being students. He mentioned that a lot of students had tried to get in before.

  17. micky says:

    my wife was a nurse there in the 80s it was a s**t hole then

  18. Simon says:

    I remember going to this hospital when I was little.. I fell and hit the concrete door step, knocking some of my teeth out while I was at it! I’d have either been 4 or 5. I remember it quite well and what it looked like back then. Strange the things you remember..

  19. Johnny. says:

    Remember this hospital well,went a few times,and to A&E once after getting an eyful of grit,sat with workmen in similar positions,an old lady who,d had a chunk bitten out of her arm,by her cat would you believe.Remember Eddie ward,after Dr Eddie.Never should have shut this place really as kings mill is a long way to travel from the outer edges of the district.no good if you are in a bad way and time is of the essence.Love the photos the Urbex guys keep putting on the web,really fascinating stuff to see.Well done guys,be careful,holes in floors,flooded basements,and the dreaded asbestos are plentiful in these old places,thats why no one is in any hurry to demolish due to the mega cost of removal.Stay safe.

  20. I remember the hospital well we spent hours in there and the last time was when my mum died !!!

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