5,931 Comments for Kings Park Psychiatric Center

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I grew up on Troy Avenue - just to the north of the massive complex. Building 93 loomed large in my youtrh - it seemed to have totally blocked the sun in the winter. In the summer, the kids in the neighborhood avoided walking nearby.
I recently returned to the old neighborhood to see this giant of my youth gone forever...until I found your wonderful photos.
Thank you.
I will try to send you a photo from 1965.
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I too remember around 2001, me and my dad who was a discharge attorney at one time for kppc and pilgrim, the power was on in parts, until around the end of that year, it was really cool back theb, just wish i took somepics, darn
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Its gone and the other one too i think, animals
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The good old days, its a mess now, no cube anymore, no antennas no power at all, still a cool bldg
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Nicely shot. Looks ready to fall but stays for years.
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Small areas that held one bed, a closet, and a piece of furniture for personal belongings. They were for veterans recovering from psychiatric disorders.
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I'll stay out of the morgue.
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I Totally agree with Jacob
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I'll stay out of the basement
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Motts what kind of dorms are those. I never seen dorms like those before
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I love the vines on the building
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Anyone wants a ride on the gurney
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Mr. Motts. You take awesome pictures of abandoned places. If you travel to Florida there is a abandoned Hotel in Orlando near the Disney parks.
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Anyone up for Pool table
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Not sure which building this article is about but an update on a smaller building of the property.
https://patch.com/new-...k-psychiatric-center