Originally Posted by 95naSTA
I like going to places like that.
There’* an abandoned mental institution that closed down in the late 70'* near my house. And there is a large section of the philly naval yard that has been closed about the same amount of time. Both have over 10 buildings and are really eerie.
i love going to places like that. Let me know if you are going to go again, i'd actually drive down to go with you.
We used to have an old TB hospital a mile and a half from my house. It was on Hospital Hill Rd and you got to the end of the road and it kinda went down in by the pump house and then up to the main building. It was kinda erie, but so cool. It was abandoned in the 80s. Still had all the Stainless Steel kitchen. Unfortunately, before I was able to get back and grab myself some of it, some kids decided to go smoking in it and burned half the building down. Then the Legislature put in an executive order to tear it down.
1919: The Broome County Tuberculosis Hospital was built on Hospital Hill in Chenango Bridge. The 80-bed hospital sat on 53 acres and cost $200,000.
There are a couple abandoned houses up here in rochester and an abandoned subway
I haven't gone all the way in that yet, but the section that is left is about 1/2 mile away.