Seaside Sanatorium was opened in the 1930s as a hospital for children with tuberculosis, then temporarily became a treatment center for elderly patients, and finally became a home for the mentally challenged. It closed in 1996.
The Metropolitan State Hospital was located in Waltham, Massachusetts and opened in 1930. The hospital closed in 1992 and it lay abandoned for a number of years before being demolished.
Topeka State Hospital in Kansas was an institution for the mentally ill which opened in 1879. It lost accreditation in 1988 and was closed in 1997.
Sea View Hospital was built between 1905 and 1938 as a tuberculosis hospital. It was closed in the 1970’s but some of the buildings have been re-purposed.
Although Trenton Psychiatric Hospital is still actually open, much of the complex has been abandoned as the number of patients has decreased significantly over the years.
Foxborough State Hospital is located in Massachusetts and opened in 1889. The buildings were subsequently left abandoned after the hospital closed.
Whittingham Hospital was one of England’s largest psychiatric facilities but after a damning report in 1967, patient numbers began to fall and it was closed in 1995
The East Fortune Hospital in East Lothian, Scotland was closed to patients in 1997 and has remained abandoned ever since.