Stuck in Time: The Abandoned Westborough State Mental Hospital


Original Hospital Plan


Campus Pencil Drawing




The East wing of Building #23. The windows are covered with plyboard and a security fence outlines its perimeter.


Building #23 – Another section of the massive main hospital – which house approximately 200 in-patients at any given time.


Building #23. The front “visitors entrance” into the lobby of the main patient ward.


A peak inside building #23


Building #10. This structure predates the main patient ward and was the site of the original boy’s home on the campus grounds.



The quiet and bare grounds of the abandoned hospital campus.



Small trash door and show. A look inside the courtyard of building #23.



Building #7 – Administration
This structure sits on the south side of the now abandoned Westborough State Mental Hospital campus – just a 3-minute stroll from the main patient ward at building #23
Here, staff would perform various administrative duties and rest during breaks from caring for the approximately 200 in-patients residing at the hospital at any given time.



Building #7




  1. You are such a talented photographer…or should I say artist? I’m a bit embarrassed to abmit that I have thoroughly trolled your WordPress and Facebook pages. Each post, including your photos and writings, have been a bit like peering into the window of a house with the miniblinds open just enough to get an idea of what’s inside, yet closed enough for the details to remain a mystery. I know I don’t really know you, but I’m happy we’re related. Based on what I’ve seen, I have a pretty good idea that we’d be friends if we lived closer to one another.

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    1. Thanks so much for the kind words..;) And of course, I dont mind that you read any of it. Ive been taking photos and writing for a while, but just in the past 6 months, started to post on my website. Basically, im trying to improve/share so someone will pay me to be creative full time one day 😉
      I am also glad were related and that we found each other. I look forward to getting to know you better.


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