Seacroft Hospital is based in York Road in the area of Seacroft, Leeds, and is operated by the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. The hospital was founded in 1904, originally to care for people with infectious diseases. It celebrated its centenary on 29 September 2004.
By the entrance is a local landmark, a clock tower (Grade II listed building) which is also a water tower,holding 28000 gallons of water.
Took this photograph in a downpour, what a miserable June it has been