Comments Posted by matt

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I worked here in 1994/1995. This building was only used to store old stuff. The other building the tunnel led to was the main building, which you have no pictures of. I walked through the tunnel a couple times, but it was really freaky, so I avoided it. Lots of stories of weird ghostly things in the building you do have pictures of. Too bad you didn't venture into the former nursing home, it was much larger. It is a shame the entire complex was demolished. Vandals had smashed many windows and I am sure things got worse real fast.
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I was wondering if anybody has posted yearbook pictures? If anybody has pictures from its glory days, I would love to see them.

My email is Matthew.R.Millsap@gmail.com
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The rotunda is the only part left of the building. The Tower was the only other structure standing as of 2012, but they're in the process of tearing that down too. A plaque like monument stands now near the rotunda about WSH.
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Okay, good I'm not the only one who can see the half face in the lower right hand corner. Almost looks like a 1920's portrait of a man with a moustache.
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Would be nice to see it once it has been restored... Although I get the feeling that won't be for quite a while.
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Very nice.
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Stunning, it is.
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The masonary is great, however I can't help but think it'd look better had it been rendered.
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A superb set indeed.
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It's amazing how much detail used to go into things that nobody was ever going to see.
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Thanks Motts. This place is incredible.
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Almost looks like a painitng.
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The detail in the stone is amazing.
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The whole place would make a great museum, maybe a gallery and restaurant/cafe as well.
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Great looking fireplace surround.