cane hill | observing the disintegration of the titanic

They pushed on, taking the stairs back to the ground floor, and walking onto Male Ward D (Shaftesbury/Salter). Originally designed for acute patients, it catered for the violent and unpredictable. The ward was little more than a row of single rooms accessed via a narrow corridor with hardly any day rooms. This ward, and its architecture, was about confinement and control.

Walking east along the ground floor of Male Ward D (Z26:G.30.E) with (Z26:G.29.E) in view. © Marlon Bones 2007