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Location DB > Canada > Ontario > Whitby > Whitby Psychiatric Hospital > Back in the Day > They are no more......

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These building have since been demolised, cookie-cutter houses now stand on their foundations.....would've been amazing to explore these, especially since they are different structures than any that are still standing on the property today.

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Posted by TechnoTed 12/30/2003 4:59 AM | remove
  Those are beautiful... they'd be worth a fortune to the yuppies that flourish in much of Durham.
Posted by Megs 12/30/2003 5:12 AM | remove
  LOL those yuppies
Posted by TechnoTed 12/31/2003 6:40 AM | remove
  You betcha.. I hope we haven't offended any of them? Sorry, yuppies... I'm sure some of you mean well.
Posted by Slickis 12/31/2003 6:07 PM | remove
  I thought the yuppie went the way of the hippie a while back.
Posted by Redrose 2/4/2004 3:43 AM | remove
  great pictures :)
Posted by Megs 2/8/2004 1:14 AM | remove
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 2/11/2004 3:56 PM | remove
  Did you go visit the whitby archives guy for these pics?
Posted by TechnoTed 2/13/2004 5:59 AM | remove
  I know where the archives are but i dont know if they're open to public for cuiousity.
Posted by Reuben O Reilley 2/13/2004 11:30 PM | remove
  they are~ I was there 3 days ago.
Posted by Megs 2/19/2004 4:46 AM | remove
  no actually, after tedious searching i found them on the internet
Posted by TechnoTed 3/3/2004 11:36 PM | remove
Posted by TechnoTed 3/3/2004 11:36 PM | remove
  if you look at the above map, i think this was building 23.
Posted by Megs 3/26/2004 4:17 AM | remove
  that is a wicked web page, you are definately right about it being number 23. That drawn map is awsome.
Posted by Myrkur 6/21/2004 9:19 PM | remove
  The map says that the building is the library, too bad its not still there, a library would have been great to explore!
Posted by rainman8889 7/3/2004 6:43 AM | remove
  It was a neat building to explore. The building nearest the photo was boarded up in 1988 when I worked there but the other one was just torn down. Its foot print was still visible. Unfortunately, most of the furnishings were removed and the building was dangerously unstable. The second floor sagged in the middle and the third floor tilted slightly. You couldn't see it with the naked eye but you could feel it with your feet. Also, the roof leaked very badly so the framing was rotting badly. The washrooms had real marble for the stall separators and there were a lot of nice fixtures throughout. Great building but it was damn scary once you were inside. And yes, I'm really pissed off at myself for not having a camera with me at the time.
Posted by rainman8889 7/3/2004 6:44 AM | remove
  Also, I was told at the time they were the nurses' old residences.
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