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Report - Law Hospital Carluke

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Dazzababes, Mar 11, 2006.

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    Dazzababes 28DL Full Member
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    Law Hospital in Lanarkshire was built in 1939 as an emergency medical service hospital with an expected life span of 10-15 years. It eventually closed in 2001. The grounds are pretty vast, and most of the buildings are pre-fab huts. The place is deteriorating fast, but it's still well worth a look.

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    The Huts

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    X-Ray Department

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    Still in X-Ray

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    To the Theatres

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    One of the many operating theatres

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    Theatre Lights

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    A water logged corridor

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    More lights, different theatre
     

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    Dazzababes 28DL Full Member
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    Re: Law Hospital, Carluke - Report

    Nah mate, the power is now off. Which is probably just as well considering how much water is leaking into the building.

    Here's a photo i found on t'interweb which shows the scale of the grounds:
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    And here's a link to a short video of the hospital when it was still active.
     
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