222 Comments for Hayswood Hospital

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I believe they add support in these cast concrete structures, like a wooden beam would do in older construction. Instead of pouring a thicker and heavier floor, these "beams," full of rebar, give the extra support without all that additional weight. The fact that it's still standing is also a testament to its strength; if this hospital had an older wooden construction, these floors would probably be collapsed into the basement by now.
Yuck baby oven
Love the 1970's look of the walls. I have not seen this look in recent years.
Think of a post modern sculpture jumping out to scare us out of mid 20th century style mundane
what is with the cavities in the ceiling?
That looks exactly like the carpet in the place we lived in when I was five...lol..:-)
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I couldn't work in the morgue with the dead bodies.
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Hello ! I'm totally amazed by these pictures and the history on the building. Im from middle Tennessee about 45 minutes south of Nashville. I have a passion to explore random creepy old abandoned places. It's an adrenaline rush that's for sure. I have several questions for you and would love to talk about some of your experiences. If you can email me at thomasfayth0113@gmail.com. Hope to hear from you ! Thanks - Fayth
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Heh, looks like a whale's tail!
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It was the operating room. My Dad performed surgery here.
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It is the operating room. I know. My Dad was a surgeon here.
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This is the neatest photo.
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Amazing
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Lol @ comments
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Lol @ Micki