AN EXPLORER has shared a video showcasing the unhappy, dilapidated state that an eerie deserted Scots hospital has fallen into – after solely being closed for six years.
Dale John visited Woolmanhill Hospital in Aberdeen on Saturday and was left stunned on the state the constructing was in.
The hospital was initially opened manner again in 1749, working for almost 270 years earlier than it closed in 2017, however now lies in nearly unrecognisable break.
The video exhibits Dale, 35, making his manner by way of the ominous constructing as creepy music performs over the footage.
Dale from Chester, Cheshire exhibits the outside of the gray and decaying hospital as he stands in its courtyard to indicate a 360-degree view of what was as soon as Scotland’s largest hospital.
Dale then makes his manner by way of a hall plagued by rubble and mess from vandals which have handed by way of over time since its closure.
He then friends out of a window to indicate a lone, unidentified man standing gazing at his cellphone while leaning on a boarded-up window of one of many buildings.
In one of many rooms proven is deserted medical gear and a reclining chair utilized by the likes of dentists for sufferers to lie on.
The room nonetheless has an working sink with hand sanitiser and hand towel dispenser however is surrounded by injury and decay.
The following view is from the stairwell, displaying partitions utterly cracked and rubble mendacity on the staircase because the in-text caption reads: “Loads of the flooring are about to break down, I’m unsure how for much longer they’ll final.”
The video then cuts to a blue wheelchair left behind, sitting spookily in a hall by an ominous signal written on the wall that reads ‘To Refuge’.
The signal factors down an inky black basement hall, with no obvious finish to it, and uncovered wires hanging down from the ceiling.
Dale uploaded the video to social media on Sunday with the caption: “Deserted hospital, Scotland.”
The clip has since acquired over 70,000 likes and greater than 1,400 feedback from customers left in shock on the state of the constructing given its pretty current closure.
One person wrote: “Woolmanhill – wasn’t that way back it was nonetheless open…loopy contemplating the state of the place.”
One other commented: “Woolmanhill Hospital – the lights have been on currently I’m certain I’ll get became flats finally.”
A 3rd person wrote: “Franky, that’s a large misjudgment by the federal government, one thing that big and arrange ought to have been used as homeless lodging.”
One other joked: “A minimum of you received’t have a 15-hour wait in A&E.”
A fifth replied: “It’s solely been six years? Appears extra like 100.”
Talking at the moment Dale stated: “The entire place is so harmful and derelict after solely six years.
“It’s huge although, however was principally f***ed to be honest, it’s a disgrace actually.
“Inside is simply harmful, the flooring are all falling by way of so we didn’t keep lengthy in any respect, it’s principally smashed-up rooms.”
In February 2016, plans have been revealed to transform the Simpson Pavilion of the grounds right into a 52-bed lodge and different buildings into 42 serviced flats.
Though these plans have been accepted by the Aberdeenshire Council the work by no means started and the hospital has been left to break, not too long ago changing into a hive for rat infestation.