So this is an explore I did some time ago. This is apparently a well known location to some of the people around town, but definitely my first explore here and first hospital in general. Most of the pictures are from the main building, but it is inside a large campus with many other abandoned and non-abandoned buildings. My apologies for crappy phone pictures.
I. On first sight, these building don't seem in bad shape or maybe even functional, save for the boarded up window and door decor reminding us these went out of style decades ago.
II. In fact, just about all abandoned buildings were boarded up and boarded up gud. Of course, that only meant we had to check out the sexies some more.
III. Luckly, these parking signs warned us not to drive through the fences and try to park near the buildings.
IV. After all, there's kind of a large tree growing right in the middle of the parking lot and what not.
V. After growing board of all the bored-up windows/doors, we lucked out and finally found ourselves a gate to Narnia. As it turns out, Narnia has a lot more junk laying around than what your average fan-fic would have you believe.
VI. The entire first floor seemed oddly active with a mix of old and modern junk. With boarded up windows, no flashlight (I know I know...) and a potential visitor of the dark realm (squatter), we chose to ditch that floor and went upstairs.
VII. Besides, you can't run into a painting like this and not feel you've been warned
VIII. This racoon ignored the painting and well...
IX. The top floor was bretty good to be honest. It had these fenced-up balcony areas at the end of every hall. It provided a nice destination while going through the largely empty upper halls. Nice views as well.
X. Sadly, we had only explored the place for about 20 minutes before sunset started knocking our way. Knowing just one exit point (our POE), and that it was in the floors below, we had to cut the explore short. But not without a nice going-away party.
Anyway, hope my little story was of some interest. Frankly, I barely tapped the surface of this place given that it had 4 stories and wrapped around at least on three different wings. I'm hoping to visit again sometime now that I'm back in town, but we'll see. Probably need some flashlights first...