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Sunday, October 30, 2016

Seaside Sanatorium Ship Weathervane - Photograph

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This is 1 of 3 posts of photographs that I took at Seaside Sanatorium in Waterford, CT this past week.

The area is now a Connecticut State Park, but the buildings themselves are surrounded by chain link fence to prevent trespassing. Unfortunately in the past, vandals broke windows and sprayed graffiti on the inside and outside.

Birds were perched on the ship weathervane, as well as the gables of the side building. The site is beautiful, with scenic views of Long Island Sound.

Seaside Sanatorium was "originally built as a facility to treat children with tuberculosis," and "has had a long history serving as a medical facility."

1 comment:

Petra K. said...

Hallo Anne, ....Have you been yourself in a sanatory? Hope, you must NOT....however, great shots! Herzlich Petra