Hospitals

Abandoned Ninette Sanatorium | Tuberculosis Hospital in Manitoba

Historical Information Ninette Sanatorium was opened in 1909 near Ninette, Manitoba. It was operated by the Sanatorium Board of Manitoba from 1909 until the 1960s. At the time there was no cure for Tuberculosis so patients were isolated from the public at Sanatoriums with the prescription of rest, fresh air, and sunlight. Sanatoriums were self-sufficient …

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Exploring The Abandoned Base At St.Marie Montana | The Glasgow Air Force Base In Montana

In 2010 we explored the mostly abandoned Glasgow Air Force Base, also known as St.Marie, Montana. This former base is a semi-ghost town with lots to offer. Homes, Community Center, Bowling Alley, Shopping, and More Hospital/Detox Center The abandoned hospital turned detox center on the base. This hospital was one of the most intact we …

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Exploring the Abandoned Providence hospital in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

The Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul operated Providence Hospital, St. Anthony’s Home, and Providence Place for Holistic Health in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan from 1912 to 2005. Providence hospital was built in 1917 to serve as a general hospital. That same year the Sisters of Providence founded the Providence Hospital School of Nursing …

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Brandon Asylum Valleyview Building

Exploring the Abandoned Valleyview Building at the Former Brandon Asylum

Valleyview Building at the Brandon Asylum Built between 1920-1924 this three storey receiving unit, now known as the Valleyview building was once part of the Brandon Asylum aka Brandon Mental Health Centre. It opened in 1925 and was used for new patients. It features a three blocks connected by corridors. The building was also home …

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Exploring the Montana Children’s Center | State Orphanage

The first time we explored Montana together we drove by this place, we knew there was a state orphanage in Twin Bridges, Montana but we did not know its status. To our surprise it looked mostly abandoned, it was for sale and someone lived on site. We quickly drove in to peek at the beautiful …

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Exploring the Abandoned Indian Hospital in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan

The Indian Hospital was general hospital located in Fort Qu’Appelle. It was closed in 2004 and demolished in 2013 as a new facility was built. This Hospital is definitely historic. Although historic very little is known about this hospital and very few pictures of it are around. The Indian Hospital, also known as the Indian …

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Exploring the Weyburn Mental Hospital | An Abandoned Asylum

Did you know Saskatchewan was home to a huge asylum rich in history and stories?Welcome to Weyburn Mental Hospital. History of the Weyburn Mental Hospital Weyburn Mental Hospital had a few purposes throughout its long life. It was an asylum, also known as a mental hospital, a long term care home, a school and a …

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Exploring the Abandoned Fort San Sanatorium | Tuberculosis Hospital in Saskatchewan

We explore Fort San Sanatorium, a form Tuberculosis Hospital in Saskatchewan. Photography Inluding the main building (with pasqua and mission wings), power plant, steam tunnels, doctors house, nurses house, james hall and other buildings on site Photos – Main Building including the Pasqua and Mission wings Photos – Power Plant + Steam Tunnels Photos – …

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