This location has been my absolute favorite since I laid eyes on it. I recently got the chance to take another visit. The sloppy closure left many records, which have since been removed, and even power in the facility. The site had its own power plant, which was never decommissioned correctly thus making it partially active. Almost any building you enter you can find a room or a connected smaller building that has the indistinguishable hum of electricity from within. It's in great condition as far as abandonments go.
The morgue was originally sealed behind a wall for some reason, no longer the case, I have no idea how someone figured out where the morgue was in order to break the wall. It could fit 8 bodies.
In order to get into a building I missed last time I had to take the tunnels, I lucked out since the only tunnel I needed was the only one not flooded.
There were any electrical utility rooms by the tunnels beginning. It appeared as if it would only take a few flips from OFF to ON to get the power running throughout again, as opposed to just one or two lights per building if any. This room also had canisters filled with chemicals.
If you know it, you'll get why this is a cool find...
Out of the tunnels, we enter the admissions and main hospital building.
Some medical waste left behind...
A sign in sheet for future explorers.
The last picture I took before leaving.
Thank you for viewing my pictures. I'm finally getting the hang of my new camera and the quality is a step up from my last post. All feedback is appreciated! It may be interesting to flip a few switches and try and get that place up and running with electricity, possibly even restart the tunnel pumps...