Looking south, the view was much more interesting. The classical
Greek façade of the hospital could be peeked through the trees.
All the blue pipes were new – I assumed that the asbestos removal company
was damping down the asbestos before removing it. The pipes snaked and coiled
all over the former car park at the front of the hospital.
The asbestos guys also had a site office towards the north of the site,
and accessed the hospital through The Saw Mill. This would prove important later on.