Welcome back to Part II of Ward 7 Walk-through 2009. This video starts on the left wing of Ward 7, where all the rooms were located. Those showers were seriously hard to get into. The chocolate room, still smell that room today. Some people had a lot of fun throwing
The infamous Ward 7, one of our personal favourites. Such a unique Ward with its Haha Wall and security like features similar to Ward 10. This Ward suffered a lot of Arson over the years and I'm surprised it wasn't destroyed by fire in the end. Even thought it was
Ward 4 was always a personal favourite Ward, I can't pin point the reason behind it now but I still remember it fondly. Ward 4, was probably one of the most graffiti'd wards on the RDH side. The powder blue, long, wide hallways with the checkered floor tiles, looked cool.
Next video up in a short walk-through of Ward 3. The workers who went around marking the wards prior to demolition etc, marked the wards all wrong. We saved that chair along with another chair you will see at around 2:20min. It was placed in front of Ward C's
The next video is that start of a brief Ward by Ward walk-through before demolition of what I referred to at the time Royal Derwent Hospital (RDH). I really miss the RDH Wards. This pre-demolition video series takes place in early 2009. 11 years on the housing development on the
Frescati Last weeks video showed the first time that I went into Frescati. I couldn't leave things there. I couldn't let an opportunity pass me by to access Frescati again before it was closed off. This video is the first time I go in Frescati alone during the day. As
Sorry I haven't posted a video for a while, been super busy and distracted. Hopefully things have settled a bit and I can continue the series. Ward 7 As you can hear it was the 14 November 2008 and we are in Ward 7. Ward 7 was a personal favourite