This video is relatively short compared to the others. Ward 11 was a red brick building unlike the white rendered wards close by. There was lots of paperwork strewn throughout this ward especially near the nurses quarters. There was also labels on cupboards with patient names and what seems to
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
Announcing a big opportunity for someone to purchase their own slice of Royal Derwent/Willow Court. On offer is 3 new individual titles for sale via More Real Estate in Hobart. Buy 1 or all 3 the choice is yours. These 3 new listings compliment the Social Centre at 34
Yesterday on Facebook a lady posted a Royal Derwent Hospital Swimming Pool Sign for sale and at the bargain price of $30. The sign reads- NOTICE TO USERS OF THE ROYAL DERWENT HOSPITAL POOL CLEANING OF THE POOL I am advised that users of the pool are swimming when the
Part II of the relics and artifacts shows a B Ward Authority for Leave of Absence. This was filled out when a patient required a leave of absence from the hospital. This particular book was last filled out in the early 1980's.