“Tunnels”

Pittsburgh Veterans Administration Hospital

Long interior “tunnels,” which are above-ground, allowed patients and medical staff to traverse the abandoned Peters Veterans Administration Hospital in Pennsylvania without being exposed to the weather or having to share space with steam pipes and electrical conduits.

Long interior “tunnels,” which are above-ground, allowed patients and medical staff to traverse the abandoned Peters Veterans Administration Hospital in Pennsylvania without being exposed to the weather or having to share space with steam pipes and electrical conduits. The VA hospital was in operation between 1953 and 2013. It’s been at risk for demolition despite it’s well regarded institutional design.

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