About 'The Trespasser'


This mysterious scene is based on the old Eye Infirmary in Wolverhampton, a once beautiful historic building now in a state of dereliction.


The Eye Infirmary was the brain child of one Mr. Philip Horsman who undertook the building at his own expense of £5000.  It was opened on October 23rd 1888 and early picures show an elegant, well cared for building with a sweep of well tended lawn flower beds.


Today the Eye Infirmary has been attacked by arsonists, and dangerously vandalised.  Even so it exerts a strang fascination, as testified to by featuring heavily on urban explorers YouTube pages.  


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'The Trespasser'

  • You are buying a mounted print.

    Printed on 310gsm Museum Heritage acid free paper using archival pigment inks which will not fade.

    Image size is 30x30 cm. 

    This is a limited edition print of 50; it will be numbered, signed and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.