1870 – Berkshire, Reading and Newbury Lunatic Asylum
From The Builder, April 2, 1870: THE subject of the accompanying illustration is the newly erected asylum for the reception of the insane poor of the county of Berks and boroughs of Reading and Newbury.
1860 – The Finlay Asylum, Quebec City
Perspective View published in The Builder, July 7th 1860.
1871 – St. Davnet’s Hospital, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan
Large complex of buildings built between 1869-71. The main block is said to be over sixty bays long,
1885 – Thompson Memorial Home for Incurables, Lisburn, Co. Antrim
This fine building was erected in 1885 as “Thompson House for the Incurables”, named after a local surgeon (William Thompson MD) who had tragically died three years earlier.
1880 – New Borough Asylum, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire
Architect: Smith & Broderick
The buildings enclose a double square, furnishing on either side a roomy airing-ground for the more troublesome of the patients.
1899 – Storey House, Royal Albert Asylum, Lancaster, Lancashire
Perspective including ground & 1st.floor plans published in The Building News, February 3rd 1899.
1884 – The Royal Albert Asylum for Idiots, Lancashire
The chief stone of a new asylum for idiots of the six northern counties of England has been laid with Masonic ceremonial by the Earl of Zetland as Grand Master.