Inside this patient and treatment building at a Pennsylvania State Psychiatric Hospital, there are large holes in the walls and bent bed frames due to fire department exercises that took place after the building closed in the 1960's.
Hallway inside Bldg 17, a patient treatment and housing building, abandoned in the 1960's, at a Pennsylvania state psychiatric hospital.
Private bathroom inside building 14, a medium security ward at a Pennsylvania State Hospital founded in the 1880's.
Some of the walls of this room in Building 14 were charred and portions of the ceiling collapsed. It appears as though this building at a Pennsylvania psychiatric hospital experienced a small fire sometime after it was abandoned.
Nurses station in Building 17 at a Pennsylvania State Psychiatric Hospital. The hospital was designed by Wilson Brothers and Company between 1878-1880 and was the first institution in the United States to recognized female physicians.
Patient tub inside Building 14, a medium security ward at a Pennsylvania State Psychiatric Hospital founded in 1876.
Dawn on a screened porch of Building 14, a medium security ward, at a Pennsylvania State Hospital. This cottage plan hospital, founded in 1876, received its first patient, a woman, in 1880.
Building 17, a patient housing and treatment building, at a Pennsylvania State Hospital was abandoned in the 1960's. Since then, it has been used for a number of fire department exercises, which has left large holes in the walls and a portion of the building charred.