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Report - East Fortune Hospital, East Lothian - 15/12/07

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by MonkeyGirl, Dec 15, 2007.

  1. MonkeyGirl

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    Went in 4 of the buildings, I think there was quite alot more, but lost the light and decided to call it a day and it was freeeezing, thought my fingers were going to snap off! :eek: Doesn't look too interesting from outside, there's lots of little huts scattered about the place but there's quite alot of stuff once you get inside! I thought it had a really old fasioned feel about the place, with the furniture, curtains and blankets around - it reminded me of how my grannys house was, just not so messy lol

    Some information on the place (Found online):

    Tuberculosis sanatorium for the south east of Scotland founded in 1922 when a World War I naval airship station at Drem East Lothian was converted into a hospital. For the duration of World War II the patients were accommodated in a hutted annexe at Bangour Hospital. East Fortune Hospital became part of the Board of Management of East Lothian Hospitals in 1948. In 1956 as tuberculosis patients began to decrease in number, mentally handicapped children were admitted, followed by adults three years later. The hospital became part of the North Lothian District of Lothian Health Board in 1974 and was closed in 1997 following the transfer of patients to Roodlands Hospital in Haddington

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