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Saint Kevinís Hospital, Cork
Cork City

River Lee
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St Kevinís Hospital is an imposing red brick structure over looking the banks of the river Lee, in Shanakiel, Cork.

St Kevinís was built in 1893 as an annex at the eastern end of the Our Ladyís Hospital complex. It originally accommodated 490 patients, operating as a mental asylum and was in use until 27th March 2002 when the last remaining patients were transferred to the Carraig Mor Centre. In recent times St Kevin's was used to house the Southern Health Boardís North Lee mental health services and also operated as the Southern Health Boardís Intensive Care Unit for Cork City and County.
Photographer: John Crellin

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04 October 2011  
04/10/2011 11:35:16
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