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Wooley Sanatorium

Wooley Sanatorium opened as a dedicated tuberculosis (TB) hospital in c.1922. It is said that the site was used to treat gas attack victims during the First World War, prior to it opening as a TB hospital. The sanatorium closed in c.1974 and most of it demolished. The site was subsequently used for housing development.

Wooley Tuberculosis Fever and Isolation Hospitals Demolished
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Wooley Hospital
- "Tuberculosis sanatorium built between 1920-23 and constructed of brick, stone and larch. A Medical Superintendants house was built in 1925, probably to designs by J A Bean. Closed as a …

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