Someone may have to correct me if I am wrong (and I may very well be), but it seems that the Government can usually get funding (international) for the “construction” of a hospital or a new building at the hospital compound, but not funding to maintain and keep the existing structures.
The Public Hospital is a sea of ever-changing tides, and as the years go by the shape and structure of the hospital change with the funding. I remember when this portion was new, and it had the brand new Emergency Room and Ambulance driveway, now it is no longer there, I had taken this last year on a walk to town.
I think that a photographic history of the Public Hospital would be fascinating, I wonder if anyone has ever tried it? 🙂
Click on the image above to see it in the Gallery along with other “Odds and Ends” 🙂
2 thoughts on “Here today…”
This is one of those structures where I can never see architectural merit and therefore rarely notice. Still, in it’s downfall it makes for an interesting photo 🙂
I know what you mean, I only noticed it as it was being torn down 🙂