st. crispin lunatic asylum | 85 things you never knew about lunatic asylums

81. The echelon asylum followed, firstly based on the broad arrow approach (as first built at Glouster) and then modified by GT Hine into the compact arrow design at Claybury. Hine further condensed the footprint of the hospital, linking the wards, and building a huge semi-circular corridor as their backbone (as seen at Bexley, Horton and Netherne - and now all demolished).