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Apr 06 2011

WW: Seclusion Room

Category: Beautiful Doors,Wordless WednesdayLori @ 12:04 am Comments (2)
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View through window in door of seclusion room – Middletown State Hospital. Photo by Richard Nickel, Jr.
To see more of Richard’s amazing photos of the effects of time on many gorgeous abandoned buildings, please visit his blog:
The Kingston Lounge.

If you’d like to learn more about present-day recommendations for behavioral healthcare, there’s a great article by Mark Berger in the April 2011 issue of Doors & Hardware magazine.  Sorry, this link will work for DHI members only.

2 Responses to “WW: Seclusion Room”

  1. Lee Francisco says:

    Hi Lori,
    Is this the state hospital in Middletown New York? If so my grandmother was a nurse there.

  2. Lori says:

    Hi Lee –

    I think this is in Middletown NY because the photographer is based in NY. That’s really cool that your grandmother worked there. I think there may be more photos from this building on the Facebook page for The Kingston Lounge. Check it out if you’re on Facebook!

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