Firefighters battle blaze at historic Glen O’Dee hospital



More than 60 firefighters battled through the night and into the early hours this morning after a fierce fire gutted one of Scotland’s architectural treasures.
Fire crews were called out to the derelict Glen O’Dee hospital in Aberdeenshire’s Royal Deeside just before 11.30pm on Thursday night.
The A-listed Edwardian building, built in 1900, initially served as a sanatorium for patients with tuberculosis.
The army took over the Banchory based facility during the Second World War.
And in the 1964 it came back into use as a sanatorium when there was a typhoid outbreak in Aberdeen.
It served as... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Health, Views: 49
Source: Scotsman
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