Old Fashion Wooden Chair - Sketchup 7.

Old Fashion Wooden Chair - Sketchup 7.

Michael Lee Powell
This is an Old Fashion Wooden Chair I found on the net. It's found in the Whittingham Hospital. In the link below to the photo, it's the chair I design that's pictured in this photo. The Fourth County Lunatic Asylum at Whittingham was built in 1869 and opened on April 1st, 1893 in response to needs of an additional psychiatric hospital in Lancashire. The facility was able to house just over 2,000 patients, but grew with three major additions to the original hospital complex (known as the St Luke's Division); St John's (the Annex - 1880), Cameron House, and St Margaret's (the New or West Annex - 1912). Also included on campus was an infectious diseases sanatorium (Fryar's Villa), train station, theater with hospital brass band and orchestra, church, and post office. In the early 1920's, the facility was renamed "Whittingham Mental Hospital", and after the outbreak of World War II in 1939, the military used the St Margaret's Division as an emergency hospital to treat both military and civilian casualties until 1946. Shortly thereafter, the staff at Whittingham produced the first EEG machine from war surplus material. The patient population rose to over 3,500, making Whittingham Mental Hospital the largest in the country. To get a better look at the size and layout, here's an aerial photo of the hospital courtesy of whittinghamhospital.co.uk (a really great site for Whittingham history!). The Hospital has been abandoned since 1995. It was built in 1869, and it was open in 1893. #Abandoned #Abandoned_Buildings #Abandoned_Places #Chair #Chairs #Component #Components #Walk_Through #Walkthrough
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