Beechworth (Mayday Hills) Lunatic Asylum, Beechworth, Victoria

Images of the hauntingly beautiful Mayday Hills Lunatic Asylum
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Wooden plaster spreader circa 1900 used in a mental health hospital in Beechworth Victoria Australia. Possibly used in conjunction with the plasterer's bucket (750.3) to spread plaster, perhaps on a wattle and daub surface.

Wooden plaster spreader circa 1900 used in a mental health hospital in Beechworth Victoria Australia. Possibly used in conjunction with the plasterer's bucket (750.3) to spread plaster, perhaps on a wattle and daub surface.

Bread Slicing Machine - Hand operated - used at Beechworth Lunatic Asylum, Victoria, Australia, circa 1940

Bread Slicing Machine - Hand operated - used at Beechworth Lunatic Asylum, Victoria, Australia, circa 1940

Mental health hospital, Mayday Hills, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia, circa 1970 - 1980.

Mental health hospital, Mayday Hills, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia, circa 1970 - 1980.

Meal plate used by patients for dining in a mental health hospital Mayday Hills Hospital, formerly Beechworth Lunatic Asylum in Beechworth Victoria Australia circa 1900. Used in ward (F4) for female patients.

Meal plate used by patients for dining in a mental health hospital Mayday Hills Hospital, formerly Beechworth Lunatic Asylum in Beechworth Victoria Australia circa 1900. Used in ward (F4) for female patients.

Mayday Hills Hospital, circa 1970

Mayday Hills Hospital, circa 1970

Mayday Hills Hospital, circa 1970

Mayday Hills Hospital, circa 1970

A Foggy Morn, Asylum Garden, Snowscene - Joseph Bishop Family circa 1900s.

A Foggy Morn, Asylum Garden, Snowscene - Joseph Bishop Family circa 1900s.

Main Path, Asylum Gardens - Joseph Bishop Family circa 1900s.

Main Path, Asylum Gardens - Joseph Bishop Family circa 1900s.

Framed Photograph - Beechworth Cricket XIFramed photograph of The Asylum Cricket Team who won the Beechworth District Cricket Association Competition in 1929-30, 1930-31, and 1931-32. The cricket team were associated with Mayday Hills, a mental health hospital in Beechworth, Victoria, Australia.

Framed Photograph - Beechworth Cricket XIFramed photograph of The Asylum Cricket Team who won the Beechworth District Cricket Association Competition in 1929-30, 1930-31, and 1931-32. The cricket team were associated with Mayday Hills, a mental health hospital in Beechworth, Victoria, Australia.

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