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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Partially Abandoned Sanitarium in Southern CA (Image Heavy) (Viewed 374 times)
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Partially Abandoned Sanitarium in Southern CA (Image Heavy)
< on 4/24/2018 2:38 AM >
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Not sure how specific we are allowed to be with locations here, but once you see the pics and if you live around there you should be able to take a good guess at where it is. It was a 20 min drive for me but totally worth it. Not sure if there's a profile for this location yet, or if there ever was, but part of it has been renovated into a memorial. There was a guard actively driving around but I think he realized I wasn't going to break into it or anything and just stayed out of my way. As for the history on this place, I have only what I can find on Wikipedia and little website, so nothing really official or detailed. Everyone calls it a sanitarium, not smart enough to dispute that, but it was also a tuberculosis center for kids before it was shut down.
First thing you see when you get away from the main (active) building:

Mold and general nastiness:

Giant courtyards:


Some wood work. Not sure if this was a porch at somepoint or what but it's all pretty brittle now:


Another door:


And another, hidden behind the shrubs:


Stickers on the windows:

Misc:



I was able to pind a busted window so I stuck my camera in there, all i got was this but still, pretty nice:

I have more pictures, but these were the highlights. I have an imgur album with all the pictures too, but I'm not sure if links are approved of here. Overall, this was a great place, and if you know of where this is I'd totally check it out. (If this post was formatted wrong or included something I shouldn't have (or vise versa) please tell me!)




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Re: Partially Abandoned Sanitarium in Southern CA (Image Heavy)
< Reply # 1 on 4/24/2018 1:34 PM >
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None of your photos are showing up




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< Reply # 2 on 4/24/2018 9:11 PM >
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Posted by lonewolf34
None of your photos are showing up


Yeah I can't see them either.




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< Reply # 3 on 4/24/2018 9:13 PM >
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I looks like the OP thought that the image reduction web utility was hosting her images as well, while it was merely feeding it back to her (to be deleted off their cache almost immediately).




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If she finds a host for her images and shoots me a message, I'll add them back in for her since she's beyond the 24 hour limit to modify.




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