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Old Cumberland Infirmary

The original Cumberland Infirmary on Newtown Riad in Carlisle was built 1830-1832 by Richard Tattersall, funded by wealthy benefactors, and made available for charity patients. The old building is still in use by the NHS next to the modern hospital complex. The building is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Carlisle Grade II* Listed Former Hospital 1832 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Carlisle
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The original Cumberland Infirmary

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CUMBERLAND INFIRMARY - Carlisle - List Entry
- "Hospital. 1830-32 for the subscribers by Richard Tattersall; early C20 alterations and additions. Limestone (or sandstone) ashlar (from a quarry near Leeds) rusticated to ground floor on chamfered plinth with …

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Cumberland Royal Infirmary Plan 1893
- Plans of the Cumberland infirmary in Carlisle, 1893. From: Hospitals and asylums of the world (Henry C. Burdett, 1893). Image from the Welcome Trust - Public Domain image c/o …

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List number: 1218237
List grade: 2*
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY3879455993


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