Carmarthen County Lunatic Asylum, South Wales

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Carmarthen County Lunatic Asylum, South Wales

An aerial view of the Carmarthen Lunatic Asylum erected near Carmarthen, South Wales, in 1865 and designed by David Brandon. It was jointly used by the counties of Carmarthen, Cardigan and Pembroke. It later became known as the Joint Counties Mental Hospital and then as St. David's Hospital.

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