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Originally built as a Workhouse in 1766 the Bulcamp House of Industry became Blythburgh Hospital in 1929 until it closed as in 1994. Now it is known as Blyth View and is now being redeveloped as flats and apartments.

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Date Uploaded: 14th November 2008
Image Dated: July 2005

Originally built as a Workhouse in 1766 the Bulcamp House of Industry became Blythburgh Hospital in 1929 until it closed as in 1994. Now it is known as Blyth View and is now being redeveloped as flats and apartments.

Originally built as a Workhouse in 1766 the Bulcamp House of Industry became Blythburgh Hospital in 1929 until it closed as in 1994. Now it is known as Blyth View and is now being redeveloped as flats and apartments.

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